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June 25, 2024   •   News

We are excited to share the video of the Introductory Webinar for the Qinisa Project held on June 19, 2024. The Qinisa Project is a ground-breaking regional initiative aimed at improving the collaboration and coordination of agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) research across Southern Africa. By networking research activities and aligning national and regional programs, the project seeks to foster low-emission, climate-resilient agricultural food systems.

Watch the Introductory Webinar to learn more about the Qinisa Project, explore opportunities for enhancing research collaboration, and discover ways you can get involved.

June 21, 2024   •   News

The Nitrogen Flagship (N flagship) was implemented by the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) for the period 2022-2027. The aim of this flagship is to help countries to improve their national inventories reporting under the Paris Agreement, by developing Tier 2 (reflecting local soil and climate conditions) and Tier 3 (modelling based) emission factors for the use of N fertiliser, relevant for the estimation and reporting of direct N2O emissions from soils.

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June 11, 2024   •   News

Three brand-new livestock methane measurement facilities have been established in Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines as part of New Zealand’s Climate Smart Agriculture Initiative in ASEAN (2020-2026). These facilities are the first in each of the countries to permit measurement of animal emissions over prolonged periods. They feature breath capture cabinets which can measure an animal’s methane emissions, feed intake and feed digestibility. This technology allows local researchers to answer important questions such as which local feeds produce the least methane when eaten.

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