In a global pledge by the U.S. and European Union, President Biden announced a Monday the goal of a 30% reduction in methane emissions by 2030. No stranger to methane and emission claims, the National Cattlemens’ Beef Association has encouraged the Biden Administartion to include agriculture in conversations regarding climate change and methane reduction. America’s cattle industry is watching closely as the Biden administration takes these steps, specifically, cattlemen object to their carbon footprint being equated with those from other countries. While ruminants are the largest source of methane emissions in agriculture, in the U.S. those emissions only account for just 3-4% of total greenhouse gases. Read more on the pledge here.