How goats can help curb California’s wildfires

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On the Daily Climate Show, we look at the unlikely weapon being deployed by firefighters in California to help prevent the spread of wildfires – goats.

Plus, what the future could look like in a net zero Britain and how hemp could be a climate change solution.

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