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GHG emissions

Guy Trafford sees important lessons to be learned here from the way the Aussie election played out, hardening attitudes to farming's 'slow' progress dealing with greenhouse gas emissions
25th May 22, 10:06am
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Guy Trafford sees important lessons to be learned here from the way the Aussie election played out, hardening attitudes to farming's 'slow' progress dealing with greenhouse gas emissions
Guy Trafford assesses how the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan will affect the agribusiness community, and notes that reception of the upcoming He Waka Eke Noa plan will be equally important
17th May 22, 10:24am
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Guy Trafford assesses how the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan will affect the agribusiness community, and notes that reception of the upcoming He Waka Eke Noa plan will be equally important
Guy Trafford reviews how the New Zealand pastoral agriculture sector compares with its carbon footprint; it's probably a marketing advantage
15th Feb 22, 4:29pm
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Guy Trafford reviews how the New Zealand pastoral agriculture sector compares with its carbon footprint; it's probably a marketing advantage
These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor of direct air capture technology shows how it works
22nd Jan 22, 9:45am
by Guest
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These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor of direct air capture technology shows how it works
Angus Kebbell talks to North Canterbury farmer Fiona Bush about how her farm is responding to climate, water, land-use, and political changes. Utilising and relying on off-farm expert advice is becoming a bigger part of farm management
11th Aug 21, 12:23pm
Angus Kebbell talks to North Canterbury farmer Fiona Bush about how her farm is responding to climate, water, land-use, and political changes. Utilising and relying on off-farm expert advice is becoming a bigger part of farm management
Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
2nd Aug 21, 9:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
Angus Kebbell talks with Ronlyn Duncan from Landcare about the support available for improving sustainability practices on farms
20th Jul 21, 10:26am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Ronlyn Duncan from Landcare about the support available for improving sustainability practices on farms
Angus Kebbell talks with Fraser McGougan, a Taneatua dairy farmer who has taken a very pro-active approach to the changing goal posts of 'sustainability', helping lead a substantial regional attitude shift on farms
13th Jul 21, 9:54am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Fraser McGougan, a Taneatua dairy farmer who has taken a very pro-active approach to the changing goal posts of 'sustainability', helping lead a substantial regional attitude shift on farms
Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
5th Jul 21, 9:12am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
31st May 21, 10:04am
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
Guy Trafford traces changing consumer emotions around any chemical with a three-letter code, risking the useful for environmental remediation on the altar of the [impossible] quick-fix obsession
12th May 21, 4:25pm
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Guy Trafford traces changing consumer emotions around any chemical with a three-letter code, risking the useful for environmental remediation on the altar of the [impossible] quick-fix obsession
Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
24th Mar 21, 10:03am
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Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
Climate Change Commissioner, Rod Carr’s advice to Jacinda Ardern’s Government is uncompromising. The measure of our success at coping with global warming will be determined by how profoundly New Zealanders are willing to change their way of life
1st Feb 21, 9:02am
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Climate Change Commissioner, Rod Carr’s advice to Jacinda Ardern’s Government is uncompromising. The measure of our success at coping with global warming will be determined by how profoundly New Zealanders are willing to change their way of life
Farming's new environmental constraints will bring changes that include precision farming practices, breeding low-emissions animals, methane inhibitors, methane vaccines and genetically modified ryegrasses
13th Nov 19, 9:42am
by Guest
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Farming's new environmental constraints will bring changes that include precision farming practices, breeding low-emissions animals, methane inhibitors, methane vaccines and genetically modified ryegrasses