Cows, sheep, and termites are the main contributors or methane to our atmosphere.
Fertilizers and other agricultural processes also contribute methane emissions to the atmosphere.
In addition to ruminant animals (cows, sheep, etc.) and industrial usages (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.) much of the world’s atmospheric methane comes from emissions from landfills. Methane is a main byproduct of many microorganisms involved in decomposition. However, many have used this source to generate electricity by tapping into many large landfills across the nation.
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