Livestock and Climate Change: Applied research and Knowledge
This project will contribute to build capacity on measuring GHG emissions from livestock under traditional and improved systems, and facilitate the design of mitigation strategies and the formulation of policies to promote sustainable livestock systems in Central America and the Andes.
Development of Competitive Livestock Production Systems with Low Greenhouse Gases Emissions in Central America
Strategies to improve feed digestibility and decrease enteric fermentation resulted in lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Central America
Costa Rica – Honduras – Nicaragua – Panamá
Greenhouse Gases Emissions Andean Region
Improvements in dual-purpose dairy herds feeding (i.e., supplementation or use of preserved forage), animal genetic, irrigation, and pasture management led to lesser greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions in Bolivia was reduced, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru
Colombia – Bolivia – Ecuador – Perú
Livestock and Climate Change: Applied Research and Knowledge
The objective of this project was to create a network on livestock and climate change to exchange information, standardize methodologies, provide mutual technical support and promote collaboration.
Bolivia – Colombia – Costa Rica – Ecuador – Honduras – Nicaragua – Panamá – Perú