OpenFields

Reducing emissions from livestock

Practice with Science Extract No.2 on progress in the reduction of greenhouse gas emmissions from livestock farming.

Year of Publication2009

Greenhouse Gas Emission (GHG) from livestock has become a topic right at the heart of the climate change debate. The Royal Agricultural Society of England commissioned this work to demonstrate that while there is a case to answer, livestock farmers and researchers supporting them are making real progress in reducing emissions, managing cattle waste and developing technologies that will enable livestock to be farmed sympathetically with the environment.

This item is categorised as follows

Additional keywords/tags

Organisation Logo for Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE)

Working for the future of farming and rural life.

Website

What Next...?

This is a brief summary of an item in the OpenFields Library. This free online library contains items of interest to practitioners and researchers in the agricultural and landbased industries.