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Reducing GHG emissions from livestock

Category: News
19 January 2015

Global best practice guidelines for reducing GHG emissions from livestock recently released

The Livestock Research Group of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases and the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform have joined forces to compile information about greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation options currently available, and a roadmap of emerging options based on current research, to help make progress on meeting global food demand while reducing the food industry’s contribution to global climate change.

You can download the document and learn more about the collaboration here

Keywords: GHG emissions livestock carbon mitigation

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