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March 6, 2014

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Release for public review of the environmental footprinting methods on feed, poultry and small ruminants

A major achievement towards the greening of livestock supply chains

March 06th, 2014. The members of the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership, a multi-stakeholder initiative led by FAO, meet in Rome for their Annual Meeting and are glad to announce the release of draft footprinting guidelines on feed, poultry and small ruminants for public review. Organizations, public bodies and citizens are invited to go through the draft guidelines and provide the LEAP secretariat with their feedback. The public consultation will last from mid-March until end of July 2014. [...]

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UPCOMING EVENTS
5-7 March > FAO HQ, Rome, Italy
Ad Hoc Workshop on the Current State of Rift Valley Fever Vaccine and Companion Diagnostics Development
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First Annual Meeting of the LEAP Partnership
25 March > Dublin, Ireland
Animal Health & Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity Network Workshop

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