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Livestock Resources and Environmental Issues in Asia

ConsumersThe Poultry SiteLivestock production is a significant and growing source of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution, range degradation and greenhouse gases, according to Benjamin Henderson (Livestock Policy Officer) and Henning Steinfeld (Chief of Livestock Information and Policy Branch), both with the FAO in Rome. They also identify possible solutions to these problems… >>Continue Reading<<

Source: The Poultry Site, 2013

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Earth 2050 – Fueling the Future

By Gilberto Silber Schmidt

Labex Korea-Discovery Chanal records documentary on ethanol produced from sugar cane in Brazil. The video emphasizes the importance and development of this industry now is largely responsible for the independence of the Brazilian petrochemical industry.. …….  >> Access to the Video<<

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Projects Suggest Underground Carbon Storage May Help Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Researchers Say

By Robert Cooke

AAAS – Much of the carbon dioxide produced by power plants and factories can be pumped underground into safe, long-term storage, at reasonable cost, according to new research presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting.

Based on early tests of large-scale “carbon-dioxide sequestration” technology, members of a symposium panel agreed that pumping the carbon-dioxide directly underground and hiding it beneath “tight” geological formations such as shales seems to offer a solution to a global problem.

Source: AAAS – March 5th, 2012
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