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October 11, 2018   •   News

The 8th Symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases (NCGG) is inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions or posters/exhibits.

The symposium will be held from June 12-14, 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The subject of the conference is ‘Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases, Global Challenges and Local Solutions’. The 4 themes of the symposium are:

  • Global Challenges and Local Solutions;
  • Sources, Sinks and Inventories;
  • Atmospheric Processes; and
  • Policy Implementation.

The deadline for Papers is December 1st, 2018. Please send your abstracts of 200-250 words in English to [email protected]

 

Download the Call for Papers here. 

Click here for more about the event. 

 

December 13, 2016   •   News
The Dutch Council for the Environment and Infrastructure’s new publication, the International Scan 2016, aims to provide a usable overview of relevant European and global policy developments over the period 2017-2020.
The International Scan gives insight into developments, trends and emerging issues which could potentially become of relevance over the coming years.

Download the publication

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January 13, 2016   •   News

Workshop reportThe workshop report for the regional GRA Engagement workshop held 18-19 November 2015 in Izmir, Turkey is now available to download. Participants gave enthusiastic reviews of the workshop, which familiarized non-member countries with the work and achievements of the GRA, created discussion opportunities on the key issues facing eastern Mediterranean and Central Asian countries with respect to agriculture and climate change, and explored further cooperation and GRA membership opportunities. The Turkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Turkey, and the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases were involved. Download the workshop report

September 8, 2015   •   News

A brief note prepared by Landbouw Economisch Instituut (Agricultural Economics Institute) (LEI) Wageningen University and Research Centre (UR) paints a picture of Central Asia’s agricultural potential and food security in the light of climate change. The Central Asian region comprised of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are agrarian societies and net importers of grains and some other food crops. Agriculture in the region is vulnerable to climate change. Adaptation strategies to manage climate, such as more effective use of inputs, particularly of water, require financial means which the majority of farmers cannot easily afford. In the coming ten to twenty years, Central Asia’s susceptibility to the effects of climate change will be determined by socio-economic factors rather than by climate change itself. Read the article here.

May 3, 2013   •   News

The Netherlands Country Page has now been added to the website. It outlines the Netherlands’ contribution to the Alliance and current projects. The Netherlands sees the GRA as an important platform for sharing information and achieving common goals. To read more click here.