About

The New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre (NZAGRC) is a partnership between the leading New Zealand research providers working in the agricultural greenhouse gas area and the Pastoral Greenhouse Gas Research Consortium (PGgRc). 

The NZAGRC is a "virtual" Centre and the research that it funds is carried out by researchers working in their own organisations. 

The NZAGRC was created to build on existing research, working with existing organisations to create an effective, trusted partnership to bring cost-effective, simple solutions to New Zealand farms, and contribute world leading results to the international science community.

CCAC activities

Activity | Agriculture
Ethiopia | Ongoing
Ethiopia’s dairy cattle sector is responsible for about 116.3 megatonnes of CO2 eq. Enteric methane represents about 87% of the total GHG emissions from dairy production. Ethiopia is working with the...
A farm in Oromia Region, Ethiopia
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...
Activity | Agriculture
Indonesia | Ongoing
Indonesia's agriculture sector is responsible for 7.8%of the country’s greenhouse emissions , of which 34% comes from rice cultivation, 26% are direct emissions from land and soil management, 13%...
Algae farm in Indonesia
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

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New Zealand

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