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Agriculture Emissions Services

  • Agricultural

    The WWS Ltd Farm AD systems provide many benefits to the farmer within a single farm entity or several farms together. The extra revenue produced by the sustainable energy production adds financial stability and improved farm efficiency, especially concerned with slurry management and the use of fertiliser. The carbon foot print for a farm with a ...

    By Water and Waste Services Ltd. (WWS) based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Forestry and Agriculture Services

    Forestry and land use offers one of the largest and cost-effective ways to reduce emissions in the short term. These sectors account emit about 25% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, mostly from conversion and degradation of tropical forests. Reducing these will be critical to any international climate agreement that stabilizes the ...

    By Climate Focus B.V. based in WV Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS.

  • Sustainable Agriculture Program

    Welcome to the era of food activism. More than ever before, how we farm and feed ourselves is how we change the world around us. Worldwatch Institute's Sustainable Agriculture Program highlights the benefits to farmers, consumers, and ecosystems that can flow from food systems that are flexible enough to deal with shifting weather patterns, ...

    By Worldwatch Institute based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA).

  • Biomass Conversion and Utilization

    Researchers are developing novel biological, biochemical and thermochemical approaches to efficient biomass conversion for value-added products and their effective utilization.

  • Sustainable Agriculture Services

    All beverages, with the exception of water, begin their lives as crops, firmly placing agriculture front and center on beverage company sustainability agendas. In fact, for most beverage companies, the environmental footprint of their direct operations is miniscule in comparison to that of their heavily resource-dependent agricultural supply ...

  • Soils & Land Use

    Healthy soils and appropriate land–use underpin sustainable primary production and contribute to New Zealand’s ability to neutralise greenhouse gas emissions. Increasing demand for urban development or intensified pastoral agriculture is putting pressure on land, water and soils, especially as most of our soils are of low natural ...

    By Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research based in Lincoln, NEW ZEALAND.

  • Emission Measurements Farms

    Emission measurements to stables were always executed in the past by the former IMAG, institute for environmental/agriculture technology (now known as Wageningen UR Livestock Research, Animal Sciences Group ASG). Recently, several commercial parties such as EnviVice can perform measurements on stables, provided that a number of quality criteria ...

    By EnviVice based in Lage Mierde, NETHERLANDS.

  • Saving Peatlands

    We are dedicated to saving the world’s peatlands: wetland areas with carbon-dense peat soils. These wetlands are home to many threatened species and globally store at least 550 Gigatonnes of carbon in their organic soils. This is twice the amount of carbon stored in the world’s forests.

    By Wetlands International based in Wageningen, NETHERLANDS.

  • Pongamia Pinnata - Pongamia Pinnata Energy Project Services (DEP)

    Pongamia as a source of biodiesel As Pongamia has high oil content (+36%) and can grow on malnourished soils with low levels of nitrogen and high levels of salt, it is fast becoming the focus of a number of biodiesel research programs. Some of the advantages of Pongamia are: A higher recovery and quality of oil than other crops, no direct ...

    By Advanced Biofuel Center based in Jaipur, INDIA.

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