The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases brings countries together to find ways to grow more food without growing greenhouse gas emissions.

Paddy Rice

The Paddy Rice Group is focused on emissions from paddy rice cultivation systems. More


The Livestock Group is looking at emissions from ruminant and non-ruminant livestock systems. More


The Croplands Group is finding ways to limit the loss of carbon and nitrogen from crops and soils to the atmosphere. More


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GHG and Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics Research Position – Scotland

The James Hutton Institute, an international research centre based in Scotland, has a vacancy for a greenhouse gas (GHG) and terrestrial carbon dynamics researcher. This position will focus on terrestrial carbon cycling and undertaking ecosystem scale GHG measurements. More

New research confirms heritability of methane emissions in livestock

New research into livestock methane emissions has confirmed a genetic bias, indicating that genetic selection could be used to reduce livestock methane emissions in the future. Methane emissions were also found to be strongly correlated to feed intake. More