Videos archive

Livestock and enteric methane

Burping livestock are a big problem for our planet. When cows and other ruminants eat, their food ferments in their gut and produces methane, which contributes to global warming.

FAO LEAP Webinar - Innovation to tackle climate change

The general objective of the event was to raise awareness about the FAO LEAP guidelines to assess the environmental impacts of feed additives, from their production to their use in diverse livestock systems and regions.

FAO LEAP Webinar - Biodiversity and the livestock sector. Mitigating harms and maximizing benefits

22 June 2020. FAO LEAP hosted a webinar on the occasion of the launch of new guidelines on biodiversity

FAO LEAP Series – Interview with Caroline Emond, LEAP Chairperson 2019, Director General, IDF

Caroline Emond, LEAP Chairperson 2019 and Director General of the International Dairy Federation (IDF), presents the LEAP’s efforts to promote sustainable livestock production and climate action across the sector.

The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership

Launched in July 2012, LEAP presents the third phase of this coordinated global initiative: LEAP3, which aims to contribute to consolidate the current guidance through road testing and dissemination of LEAP guidelines...
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