Traditional Small-Scale Farming Methods and Global Warming

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Traditional Small-Scale Farming Methods: An Analysis of Global Warming and the Long Term Sustainability of Food Production Between Human Beings and Livestock
In this study, the problems associated with global warming is a vital issue in the current conflicting relationship between humans and the long-term sustainability of land for livestock. Livestock and the herding of animals for various uses often provide problems with methane usage, carbon dioxide emissions, and the burning of land for grazing. These factors generate severe problems for global warming, since many of the gases released through manure and in the herding livestock can harm the environment for sustainability purposes in regards to human beings a co-habitation of the...
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