2nd one-day symposium of the ATF and EAAP Commission on Livestock Farming Systems "Livestock emissions and the COP26 targets"

Monday 05th September – 8:30-18:00
Porto, Portugal
During the EAAP annual meeting

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are among the greatest challenges faced by livestock farming that has become an issue of the greatest importance for consumers and policy makers. At the same time, livestock has a strong mitigation potential: “improved management practices could reduce emissions from livestock systems by about 30%”, says FAO.
Several reports are under writing among international organisations (IPCC, FAO, DG Agri…) that may lead to decision making in the coming months with impacts on the livestock sector.
The ATF and the EAAP Commission on Livestock Farming Systems would like to draw a state of the art on GHG emissions from livestock, the role of methane, the different metrics to measure emissions and mitigation levers at various scales, inviting international organisations, research organisations, farmers, industries, NGOs and policy makers.

Full programme on the ATF website.
Registration is mandatory on the EAAP2022 website.