Reliable and affordable methods for measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture now available


Book meets demand for advances in how to collect data on greenhouse gas sources and sinks from smalholder agriculture.

As countries shift from mitigation commitments to action in the 2016 climate change negotiations and beyond, many countries are unable to plan for emissions reductions in agriculture due to a lack of data.

Earlier this year, researchers found that data used to calculate emission factors and populate models do not accurately represent conditions on small farms in tropical developing countries because they largely come from research in temperate, developed countries.

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