. Farmers say they’re ready to cut the carbon in Canada’s diet — but they need government help « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – The role of agriculture in climate change didn’t get much attention at the COP26 summit — much to the chagrin of activists.

“The cow in the room is being ignored,” one told the Guardian during the two-week gathering in Glasgow.

But the leaders of three Canadian agrifood groups told CBC’s The House in a panel discussion airing this weekend that there’s a growing appetite among Canadian farmers for working with Canadian governments to cut emissions and find ways to take carbon out of the environment.

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