Farm waste could feed industry worth millions
CarbonNews 12 June 2017
Queensland's drive to develop a $100-million-a-year industry turning agricultural waste into bioproducts is exactly the type of thing New Zealand should be doing.
Agricultural wastes are one of our biggest climate problems; manure from grazing animals alone is responsible for a million tonnes of New Zealand's 81 million tonnes of annual emissions.
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