- Correction 08 February 2022
Scientists raise alarm over ‘dangerously fast’ growth in atmospheric methane
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Correction 08 February 2022: An earlier version of this story said that bacteria generate methane in wetlands and the guts of cows. Methane is emitted by microbes in these places.
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