Greenhouse Gas Regulation

New Online Tool To Estimate Farm-Level GHG Emissions

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Dave White today announced the release of an enhanced and expanded online tool developed in collaboration with Colorado State University that helps producers estimate carbon sequestration and greenhouse-gas emissions. FULL STORY »

USDA: Enhanced Online Tool To Estimate Farm-level Greenhouse Gas Emissions Now Available

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White today announced the release of an enhanced and expanded online tool developed in collaboration with Colorado State University (CSU) that helps producers estimate carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions associated with a variety of on-farm management practices.
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USDA: Enhanced Online Tool To Estimate Farm-level Greenhouse Gas Emissions Now Available

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White today announced the release of an enhanced and expanded online tool developed in collaboration with Colorado State University (CSU) that helps producers estimate carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions associated with a variety of on-farm management practices.
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USDA Announces New Steps To Meet The Challenge Of Climate Change

Calling it "one of the greatest threats facing our planet," Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday that USDA is taking action to meet the challenge of climate change. Speaking at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, the Secretary said USDA continues to take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions "by helping farmers, ranchers and forest landowners to be even better conservationists."
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USDA Announces New Steps To Meet The Challenge Of Climate Change

Calling it "one of the greatest threats facing our planet," Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday that USDA is taking action to meet the challenge of climate change. Speaking at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, the Secretary said USDA continues to take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions "by helping farmers, ranchers and forest landowners to be even better conservationists."
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Climate Change’s Impact On Agriculture Kicks Off AGMasters Conference

Climate change is one of the most important issues facing humanity, said Don Wuebbles, University of Illinois scientist in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, to more than 150 attendees of the 2010 U of I AGMasters Conference at the I Hotel in Champaign on Thursday, Dec. 2.
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Climate Change’s Impact On Agriculture Kicks Off AGMasters Conference

Climate change is one of the most important issues facing humanity, said Don Wuebbles, University of Illinois scientist in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, to more than 150 attendees of the 2010 U of I AGMasters Conference at the I Hotel in Champaign on Thursday, Dec. 2.
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Carbon Credit Programs Fail Without Climate Bill

A national program that paid farmers millions of dollars for reducing greenhouse gasses has fizzled amid uncertainty about U.S. climate legislation, stopped paying dividends and will no longer taken enrollment after this year, the president of the group running it said. FULL STORY »

Kansas State Professor Named To Climate Change Panel

A professor from Kansas State University has been chosen to serve on an international panel on climate change.

Chuck Rice is a distinguished professor of agronomy. He'll be one of two lead authors from the U.S. for a chapter on agriculture in a report by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
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High-Yield Agriculture Slows Pace Of Global Warming, Say FSE Researchers

Advances in high-yield agriculture over the latter part of the 20th century have prevented massive amounts of greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere - the equivalent of 590 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide - according to a new study led by two Stanford Earth scientists.
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TSCRA: EPA Regulation Of Greenhouse Gases Could Mean Costly Food For Americans

The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) is disappointed after the U.S. Senate failed to pass a resolution that would have prevented the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases (GHG).
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