Greenhouse Gas Regulation

New study provides emission estimates from dairies

USDA researchers have released results of a study of greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions from open-lot and open-freestall dairies in southern Idaho. FULL STORY »

Watch for energy-saving incentives

Here are two incentives currently available to New York dairy producers for digester projects and farm expansion initiatives. What grants does your state have to offer? FULL STORY »

Extreme weather is new normal, U.N.'s Ban tells climate talks

Extreme weather is the new normal and poses a threat to the human race, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday as he sought to revive deadlocked global climate change talks. FULL STORY »

Workshop to cover wind farms, solar power, biogas

Ohio State University Extension will host a Nov. 8 Renewable Energy Workshop for those interested in learning how green energy generation could provide added income to farmers. FULL STORY »

Turn crop practices into carbon credits

Cover crops, reduced nitrogen application and other practices that improve nitrogen use efficiency in crop production could earn carbon credits for your farm. FULL STORY »

Air emissions and animal agriculture

“Air Emissions and Animal Agriculture” provides science-based information on food animal production in the United States and the odors and air emissions associated with livestock and poultry production. FULL STORY »

Record high greenhouse gases to linger for decades

Record high levels of greenhouse gases causing climate change will linger in the atmosphere for decades to come, even if the world manages to stop emissions output today, the United Nations' weather agency said this week. FULL STORY »

Solar: Does it Make Sense for You?

If you look at a map that shows how much solar energy is available at different locations in the United States, you can't help that notice that Pennsylvania is one of the cloudiest spots in the country. FULL STORY »

Sustainability awards to highlight excellence across dairy supply chain

The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, in affiliation with the Dairy Research Institute, has announced the U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards, a new program that recognizes dairy farms, businesses and collaborative partnerships for efforts in delivering outstanding economic, environmental and/or social benefit, thus helping to advance sustainability of the dairy industry. FULL STORY »

EPAs greenhouse gas analysis criticized by internal investigators

Internal investigators at the Environmental Protection Agency say the agency failed to follow peer-review guidelines when developing a key scientific document that underpins its greenhouse gas regulations. FULL STORY »

New computer models to help tone down the smell

Some call it the smell of money, but Teng Teeh Lim thinks that smell does not have to be so bad. FULL STORY »

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