Evans, Sam
February 2010
Journal of Farm Management;Winter2010, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p789
The author focuses on the impact of the farm business in Great Britain on climate change. He notes that media reports suggest that livestock farming creates more of a greenhouse gas problem than transport. A project called E-CO2, which aims to help the business reduce carbon, was formed by Kite Consulting, Advance Sourcing and CMS UK Services. He also discusses the calculation of carbon footprints in agriculture.


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