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Building global technical consensus on feed additive environmental profile through the LEAP Partnership
The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership aims at developing guidance...
Building global technical consensus through the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership
Livestock has an important influence on biodiversity, ranging from negative...

Participants of the LEAP Technical Advisory Group on Water Footprinting...

The multi-stakeholder initiative ‘Partnership on the environmental benchmarking of livestock supply chains’ is the result of a consultative process started in October 2010 between FAO’s Animal Production and Health Division and a group of agriculture and food business representatives resulting in the decision to further explore the possibility of developing a multi-stakeholder partnership on benchmarking and monitoring of the environmental performance of the livestock sector. [+]


Farmers, consumers and other
livestock stakeholders are increasingly
in need of more information about the
environmental performance [read more]

What do we do?

LEAP develops comprehensive guidance and methodology for understanding the environmental performance of livestock supply chains. [read more]

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Guidelines for environmental quantification of nutrient flows and impact assessment in livestock supply chains

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LEAP at a glance
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Environmental performance of animal feeds supply chains

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Greenhouse gas emissions and fossil energy demand from poultry supply chains

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A review of indicators and methods to assess biodiversity

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