New Zealand targets cow burps to help reduce global warming


              Sinead Leahy, the principal science advisor at the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre, poses at her workplace in Palmerston North, New Zealand on Nov. 4, 2022. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              Christine Voisey, a senior scientist at AgResearch, inspects leaf samples in a laboratory in Palmerston North, New Zealand, on Nov. 3, 2022. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              Linda Johnson, a science group manager at AgResearch, inspects genetically modified white clover in a glasshouse in Palmerston North, New Zealand, on Nov. 3, 2022. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              Peter Janssen, a principal scientist at AgResearch, sits at his desk in Palmerston North, New Zealand on Nov. 3, 2022. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              Dairy farmer Aidan Bichan shows a type of feed which may reduce methane emissions at the Kaiwaiwai Dairies on Nov. 2, 2022, in Featherston, New Zealand. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              Dairy farmer Aidan Bichan poses in front of cows as they are being milked at Kaiwaiwai Dairies on Nov. 2, 2022, in Featherston, New Zealand. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Nick Perry)
            
              FILE - Dairy cows graze on a farm near Oxford, New Zealand, on Oct. 8, 2018. New Zealand scientists are coming up with some surprising solutions for how to reduce methane emissions from farm animals. (AP Photo/Mark Baker, File)
New Zealand targets cow burps to help reduce global warming