EMISSIONS FROM FARMING
Carbon is produced when rearing animals, and our sheep and cashmere goats are no different. Nomadic goat herders and farmers rely on their goats for meat and milk, as well as the income generated by their cashmere fibre, which is a by-product of their subsistence lifestyle. This way of life has existed for centuries, long before rising carbon levels. Before then, these same grasslands were grazed by wild herbivores, who also gave off methane and still share Mongolia's grasslands today.