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Plant physiology and Ecophysiology Lecturer thinks that rice agriculture contributes more to climate change than animal agriculture? Said he was happy to be proven wrong. via /r/environmental_science

Plant physiology and Ecophysiology Lecturer thinks that rice agriculture contributes more to climate change than animal agriculture? Said he was happy to be proven wrong.

Can he be proven wrong or is he correct? Im sure we can all agree animal agriculture is a major contributor to climate change and environmental damage, but what about in comparison to rice farming? Just curious to see what the rest of you can find / know.

I haven’t looked into any papers yet bc busy with uni work but in my free time I think I’ll look into it.

Submitted July 31, 2018 at 11:09PM by Godly_Shrek
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