Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Enteric fermentation is a natural part of the digestive process in ruminant animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, and buffalo. Microbes in the digestive tract, or rumen, decompose and ferment food,...
    Ruminant production and enteric methane
    Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Poor manure management practices are common on much of the world’s farms, as farmers lack awareness about the value of livestock manure as a fertilizer and fuel. Manure is often disposed of in piles...
    Manure management
    Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Paddy rice is a staple crop for much of the world’s population. It is also a key source of the greenhouse gas methane, responsible for about 40 million tonnes, or 10% of global emissions , each year...
    Paddy rice production
    Activity | Agriculture
    Costa Rica | Ongoing
    Costa Rica’s livestock sector is responsible for 28% of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. In its Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) on Livestock, Costa Rica aims to scale up...
    Dairy farm in Costa Rica
    Activity | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    We must act now to reshape agriculture in ways that support farmers, improve productivity, build resilience, and reduce emissions. The goals of the Paris Agreement cannot be met without...
    Activity | Agriculture
    Kenya | Ongoing
    Our project "Reducing enteric methane for improving food security and livelihoods" is a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the New Zealand...
    Activity | Agriculture
    Bangladesh | Ongoing
    The dairy cattle sector in Bangladesh is responsible for about 45.9 megatonnes of CO2-eq. Most of this - 79% - is methane. Bangladesh is working with the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), the...

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