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Scientists work to reduce livestock emissions

Cows stand in a pen at a dairy farm.
Trevor Hagan
Bloomberg via Getty Images
Cows stand in a pen at a dairy farm.

Animal agriculture produces more methane than any other human activity in the United States. Climate experts say we need to cut those down now, but the science on livestock emissions is just emerging so it's not clear how to do that.

KUNC's Rae Solomon reports for the Mountain West News Bureau on a group of researchers looking for answers.

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