Prof. Karen Mancl Publishes Article on Rural Chinese Farmers' Role in Mitigating Greenhouse Gases
Karen Mancl (professor, food, agricultural and biological engineering) recently published a new article on Chinese farming practices that help to capture the greenhouse gas methane and utilize it as a source of fuel. Not only does this practice keep methane out of the atmosphere, it also results in a reduced reliance on wood, straw, and coal. This improves indoor air quality, and produces better health outcomes for women.
Prof. Mancl's full article can be accessed for free in both English and Chinese through the links below: