Study shows global warming could push methane emissions from wetlands 50 to 80 percent higher

A team of researchers at the European Commission Joint Research Centre, in Italy has found that if global warming is not curbed by 2100, methane emissions from the world’s wetlands could increase by 50% to 80%. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes their study of wetlands in five climatic zones and what they found.

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