Greenhouse Gas Regulation

MU Talks Reveal Uncertainties In Controlling Carbon Emissions By Cap-And-Trade Legislation

“Uncertainty” was the word used most often in talks at the Breimyer Seminar on “Greenhouse Gas Regulations” at the University of Missouri Reynolds Alumni Center.
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UN Says Vegan Diet Needed As Population Grows

Guardian News writes the UN released a report showing less consumption of meat is vital to save the world from climate change. FULL STORY »

‘Animal Ag’s Role In Greenhouse Gas Production: A Closer Look’ Is June 11 Webinar Topic

University of California-Davis associate professor and air quality specialist Frank Mitloehner traces much of the public confusion over meat and milk’s role in climate change to two sentences in a 2006 United Nations report, titled "Livestock's Long Shadow." FULL STORY »

Sir Paul McCartney Lays Global Warming Blame On Livestock

Spinner.com reports Sir Paul McCartney appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Today show Thursday speaking against the livestock industry claiming it contributes to climate change more than planes, trains and automobiles combined. FULL STORY »

Greenhouse-Gas Legislation Concerns U.S. Farmers

The theme of the 2010 Breimyer Seminar will be "Greenhouse Gas Regulation: Boom or Bust for Agriculture?" It will be May 27 on the Columbia campus of the University of Missouri. FULL STORY »

EPA Administrator & Agriculture Secretary Team Up To Promote Farm Energy Generation

Agreement will help cut greenhouse gas emissions
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KLA: Workshops Help Feedlots Comply With Environmental Regulations

KLA hosted two environmental workshops last week for confined animal feeding operators. The workshops were led by KLA Environmental Services agronomist Mandy Fox . FULL STORY »

Cap And Trade: Controversy With Potential Revenue

For all practical purposes, every Cornbelt farmer is in the middle of the great debate about energy. If you are growing corn and/or soybeans, your commodities are priced depending on ethanol and biodiesel demand. FULL STORY »

Hops Help Reduce Ammonia Produced By Cows

An Agricultural Research Service (ARS ) scientist may have found a way to cut the amount of ammonia produced by cattle. To do it, he's using a key ingredient of the brewer's art: hops.
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NDSU Schedules Conference To Assess Impact Of Climate Change Policies

A conference, "Alternative Policies on Climate Changes and Their Implications on the U.S. Agricultural Economy" is set for May 24 at the Ramada Plaza and Suites in Fargo. FULL STORY »

NRCS Provides Technical Support For Award Winning Environmental Research Team

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality recently honored the “Air Quality: Reducing Emissions from Cattle Feedlots and Dairies” research team with the state’s highest environmental honors for the 2010 Texas Environmental Excellence Award.
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