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Carbon Footprint of Aussie Beef

Welcome to part two of the #GoodMeat YouTube series – a three part, 12 episode adventure exploring some of the perceived issues associated with beef production.  

In part two, Guy Turland from Bondi Harvest explores methane emissions from Australian beef cattle and some of the unique ways that scientists and farmers are working together to decrease those emissions and reduce their carbon footprint. Check out his journey to James Cook University and Lansdown Research Station below! 

If you’re interested in more about methane emissions from Australian beef production, you can find out more via our Emissions page and if you want to share the facts with your friends, we’ve got shareable fact cards and infographics here.

Don’t forget to check back next week when Guy cooks up an epic beef dish inspired by his journey!