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Methane inhibitors could lead to lower agricultural emissions

John Kerr posted in on April 29th, 2015.

New Zealand researchers have identified several compounds which show promise in reducing methane emissions from cows and sheep. Methane emissions from agriculture are the largest contributor to New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for about one third of our total emissions. This week researchers at the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Conference announced that […]

Dom Post: $45m emissions research brings ‘no guarantees’

Peter Griffin posted in on April 8th, 2010.

Kiran Chug writes in the Dominion Post that Prime Minister John Key has said that the $45m being spent by the NZ government on agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation research comes with no guarantees of success. The PM made his statements at the opening of the inaugural Global Research Alliance meeting in Wellington. An excerpt: (read […]

PODCAST: Global Research Alliance opening session

Peter Griffin posted in on April 7th, 2010.

Today marked the beginning of the inaugural meeting of the Global Research Alliance (GRA) in Wellington.  The GRA was launched at the Copenhagen talks last year, and is regarded in some circles as the best thing to come out of the negotiations. Spearheaded by New Zealand and comprised of some 28 countries, as well as […]

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