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Wageningen University & Research is developing a comprehensive research programme with the aim of cutting greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and land use in the Netherlands. Wageningen researchers are looking into zero-emission greenhouses and clever ways of shaping livestock farming, land use and forest and nature management.

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Pollination is a fundamental process of nature in both wild and agricultural ecosystems. Bees and other pollinators are responsible for crop production, and more than 70 percent of all flowering plants are pollinated with the help of insects and other animals.

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Although Ecuador's GHG emissions are minimal, it has felt the impacts of climate change. From the government, different actions and strategies have been taken to face the effects of climate change.

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El estudio realizado por el Proyecto Global Network revela que las emisiones del ganado lechero se pueden predecir con fórmulas simples si se conocen la cantidad de alimento del animal y su contenido de energía o fibra.

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This document discusses the debate on cattle, grazing systems, methane, nitrous oxide, the soil carbon sequestration question – and what it all means for greenhouse gas emissions 

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The burgeoning demand for rice in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) exceeds supply, resulting in a rice deficit. To overcome this challenge, rice production should be increased, albeit sustainably.