Here we go again…
“Food system emissions deserve a place at the top of the table, alongside energy and transport, as they represent an estimated third of greenhouse gas emissions and 40% of methane,” said the climate fruit cake. “Investors hope the first-ever publication of a food and agriculture road map at COP28 this month will catalyze the transition to 1.5 degrees and a more sustainable food system.”
They are always blabbing about how cow farts are causing too much methane.
It turns out, America has about 93 million head of cattle. Hey, there’s a lot of people to feed, right… Well, in the early 1800s, there were anywhere between 30-100 million Bison roaming the continent. Today, there’s next to zilch, so cattle replaced Bison.
I’d say, we’re at “sustainable” levels.
Now, let’s concern ourselves with cesspool nations like India and China that each have over 1.5 billion people. Then, let’s yack at the CEOs who sell us trash that pollutes our planet.