Long dry spell leads to less greenhouse gas

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La sécheresse permet de réduire les émissions de gaz à effet de serre de la Nouvelle-Zélande

Le prince Charles parle avec le ministre neo-zelandais de l’agriculture Jim Sutton as devant un troupeau de moutons à Moutere Sheep Station en Alexandra, près de Dunedin, © AFP PHOTO/POOL/Dean TREML

A long, painful dry spell for farmers has helped cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions.

As farmers suffer, the latest official tally from the Ministry for the Environment reveals New Zealand is doing better than expected in the carbon stakes, partly because farms have had to cull more animals.

New Zealand Herald

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