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A calculator based on harmonized methods is essential for determining the environmental impact of livestock production and contributing to the sustainable development of the sector by improving the animal feeding. To this end, the International Feed Industry Federation set up...
Background Despite the attention given to soil organic carbon (SOC), current knowledge remains limited regarding SOC baselines and changes. Accurate estimations of SOC baselines and changes are still missing for many countries and are associated with large uncertainties. Therefore, the detection of...
On 21 October, representatives from governments, private sector, civil society and academia gathered in the FAO headquarters for the official kick-off meeting of the phase 3 of the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance Partnership (FAO LEAP). Under the title...
Hosted by the Kansas State University in Manhattan (Kansas, United States), the 9th annual Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Meeting of the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) was held on 9-12 September. The topic this year was "Innovation for Sustainable Livestock...
The life cycle assessment (LCA) is a widely used tool to assess the potential environmental impacts of livestock supply chains and of resultant products.A central question in such approaches is how environmental burden and benefits are distributed among livestock...
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