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Livestock and climate change: what if the key actors in climate change are... cows, pigs, and chickens?

  title={Livestock and climate change: what if the key actors in climate change are... cows, pigs, and chickens?},
  author={Robert Goodland and Jeff Anhang},
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  • Business, Medicine
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  • 2016
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