FAO: improving livestock health can help cut greenhouse gases

Improving animal health can help cut greenhouse gases, that is according to a new report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

The group is calling for a standardized method to improve livestock health, including greater investments to establish measurement, reporting, and verification systems. It is also asking world governments to invest in long-term research and policies.

The push to improve livestock health is, according to the group, essential as the sector provides vital nutrition for billions of people worldwide.

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