Livestock Research Group of the GRA

The Livestock Research Group of the Global Research Alliance is focused on promoting ways to improve the greenhouse gas intensity of livestock production systems and increase the quantity of soil carbon stored in those soils.

The Group has identified the following vision for its livestock-related research activities:

1. Increase agriculture production with lower emissions Feeding the world within the carrying capacity of earth

2. Improve global cooperation in research & technology Accelerate/strengthen knowledge and technology developm ent that would not happen without the Alliance

3. Work with farmers and partners to provide knowledge Develop relevant mitigation options and strengthen productivity and resilience of food systems.

The Group is co-chaired by New Zealand (Dr Harry Clark, New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre: email and the Netherlands (Dr Martin Scholten, Wageningen UR: email



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