Farmers will have to pay tax for belching of animals in this country, you will be surprised to know

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To protect the environment from harm, a unique law is ready to go in New Zealand. A draft law has been introduced for this. You will also be surprised to know about it. This type of law is being introduced in New Zealand to deal with greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture. 

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According to the news, according to this draft law of New Zealand, the tax will be collected from the farmer for belching sheep or cows in the country. Money will be charged from them every time. According to the Environment Ministry, if this draft law is implemented, New Zealand will become the first country in the world where farmers will be charged for the emissions of their animals. 

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According to reports, there are 10 million cattle and 26 million sheep in New Zealand. Agriculture accounts for about half of greenhouse gas emissions in this country. It consists mainly of methane. According to the draft plan prepared by the government and representatives of the farming community, from the year 2025, farmers will have to pay tax for their gas emissions.