Google Cuts Emissions Using Goats

By | May 1, 2009
A pair of Goats
Creative Commons License photo credit: Ivy Dawned

Rather than have their regular maintenance crew come by and clean up their lawn, Google has decided to employ an army of goats instead. No kidding (a-hem). The goats will eat and then fertilize the grass, and not use an ounce of gasoline to do so.

PETA was reached for comment – in principle they approve of Google’s move, but have concerns about how the goats are treated (protected from the rain, given veterinary care) and humanely transported.

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