Sustainable farming releases “significant” GHG emissions

This traditional farming method from southern China combining silk production and aquaculture releases "significant" methane emissions

A fishing farming method, often praised as being environmentally-friendly and used in southern China, actually releases “significant” greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to an Oxford University study.

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