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County climate plan focuses on local action

ADDISON COUNTY HAS nearly a quarter of all the cattle in Vermont. Cattle are a primary emitters of methane, a highly potent greenhouse gas. The new local action plan sets priorities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from manure management and increasing adoption of carbon-positive soil- and crop-management practices. Independent file photo/Steve James

Addison County now has a comprehensive, data-driven plan for reducing its share of the global pollution responsible for climate disruption — and its authors are looking to the community to help improve it.

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