Learn more about the GRA Flagship Projects!
Join the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) on Tuesday 11 October at 10am UTC for the first session in our Flagship Project webinar series. Learn more about two of the current GRA Flagship Projects, their key partners and how YOU could get involved.
GRA Flagship Projects develop new knowledge to better understand agricultural greenhouse gases, have global relevance and applicability and generate high scientific impact.
This session will introduce the following two Flagship Projects:
- Technical guidelines to develop feed additives to reduce enteric methane
- Flagship Goal: To accelerate the development and use of feed additives to reduce global enteric methane emissions from livestock.
- Presented by: Dr. David R. Yáñez-Ruiz, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Spain
- Economics of GHG mitigation at farm level in global cattle production systems (EMiFa)
- Flagship Goal: To identify the most cost-effective options for farm level GHG mitigation strategies in different global production systems and provide evidence-based policy recommendations.
- Presented by: Dr. Claus Deblitz, Thünen Institute of Farm Economics, Germany
Followed by time for Q&A.
The GRA is working collaboratively, bringing together researchers from all over the world, to deliver its Flagship Projects. These key priority projects have been identified as uniquely suited to the research expertise and global membership of the GRA. Flagship Projects are specific, time-bound projects that have been approved by the GRA Council. They are led by a community of experts within the GRA membership.