Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

The scope of decarbonization isn't just limited to power generation and transportation. The approach extends to industries including steel, cattle and cement manufacturing. All will require major change in order to slow global warming.
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