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Tackling methane levels is the quickest way to slow climate change, say scientists

Agriculture is the leading source of human-induced methane, which is responsible for about a quarter of total emissions. Image: Unsplash/ Annie Spratt

Johnny Wood

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Research shows levels of methane in the atmosphere are rising fast. Image: NOAA
Human activity from agriculture and fossil fuel extraction are leading sources of methane emissions.
Human activity from agriculture and fossil fuel extraction are leading sources of methane emissions. Image: IEA

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