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The climate impacts of methane are overstated, according to a review of new research

December 03, 2020
A review of new research suggests the climate impact of methane is not accurately reflected because current metrics don’t recognize that it breaks down in the atmosphere over the course of 12 years. Other greenhouse gases (GHGs), such as carbon dioxide released from the burning of fossil fuels, can remain in the atmosphere for hundreds of years. 

Match.Graze launches to reduce wildfire fuel, feed livestock

October 02, 2020

By Pamela Kan-Rice

Professional grazing of overgrown rangelands, pastures and parcels is proven to reduce the spread of dangerous and costly wildfires.

Do you have land but no livestock and feel concerned about fire fuels on your property? Or are you a livestock owner that can provide a grazing service and/or need land and forage for your animals? Match.Graze can help.

Methane, Cows, and Climate Change: California Dairy's Path to Climate Neutrality

September 02, 2020
UC Davis White Paper Re-Examines Methane’s Role in Climate Change, and How California Dairy Can Achieve Climate Neutrality

DAVIS, Calif., Sept. 2, 2020 – Researchers from the University of California, Davis are rethinking methane and showing that climate neutrality is within reach for the California dairy sector.

Frank Mitloehner Earns Communications Award

October 17, 2019

By UC Davis Dateline Staff

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, or CAST, presented its 2019 communication award to Frank Mitloehner, professor and air quality extension specialist in the Department of Animal Science on October 16, 2020 in Des Moines, Iowa.