Sweden's milk war is now being played out on television.
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An Auckland company believes reducing enteric methane through productivity gains is the way to tackle green house gas emissions.
OPINION: In theory everyone is happy with the deal struck between the Government and the agricultural sector over emissions.
OPINION: New Zealand's heavy reliance on International Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) credits makes us dangerously exposed to one of the world’s most volatile markets.
OPINION: I can now say with confidence that the conversation on agricultural emissions is in for a huge shake-up.
Lower replacement rates and higher body weight/lower stocking rates are the two most effective of five available ways of cutting dairy greenhouse gas emissions, a scientist has told a workshop for rural professionals.
News recently that hill country greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are lower than previously estimated is ‘interesting’.
News last month that hill country greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are lower than previously estimated is ‘interesting’.
Will sheep and beef farmers in future grow trees to sell offsets to dairy under the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)?
With emissions regulations now requiring manufacturers to produce ever cleaner engines, the terms SCR and DEF have entered the vocabulary of today's tractor drivers.