A British company has developed a mask for cows that neutralizes their methane emissions.
London-based ZELP produced a mask that fits over a cow’s nose and contains a catalyst that converts methane into water vapour and carbon dioxide.
ZELP claims “neutralizing methane emissions is the single fastest way to stop climate change”.
Their experts claim contrary to common belief, about 95 per cent of the methane is expelled via the mouth, not farts.
Zelp says its masks should be worn constantly from the age of six to eight months.
I wonder if the cows will stage a protest on Parliament Hill.