U.N. emissions report found wanting

If Canada had a Frank Mitloehner, maybe this country’s national news magazine wouldn’t have gone on an apparently inaccurate anti-agriculture rant in late March. Mitloehner is the air quality specialist at the University of California, Davis, who scrutinized a 2006 United Nations report that charged meat production causes a much larger percentage of greenhouse gas emissions on planet Earth than transportation, and found it wanting.

Better Farming - May 2010