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Land Use, Agriculture and Forestry Workspace 2021

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May 24, 2016 05:00 EDT - Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
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Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
How can greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, forestry and other land use be reduced?

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27 Proposals
Farmers process their (surplus) biomass (incl. manure), for example into biogas, that is partly used for own energy needs or sold = income.
The poor in the "Global South" are the most impacted by global warning, We must create a "Global South" Civilian Conservation Corps now.
Synergistically combine tissue culture & biodigestion to tackle environmental degradation and haphazard waste management
Analog forest is the most stable, mature and productive man-made ecosystem is efficient solution for climate change
Government organization that controls and offers consulting to farmers on how to avoid CHG emissions.
climate change is serious,much as the climate is changing,agriculture and the lives we live must change too.
Use of waste water from flood to grow pistachio gardens in-order to absorb CO2 and farmers economic development in Afghanistan.
Integrating forest protection, agricultural production and wider economic objectives for large scale GHG mitigation efforts
Less land, less water, less energy inputs what's not to like about raising insects for protein vs. meat?
Polycultures of woody plant species combined with animals, managed along keylines produce healthy food and capture 3-10 times more carbon.
Here’s our story: to mitigate climate change and improving the ratio of human nature, working with biodiversity. surrounded by nature...
Move jails to zones with agricultural potential and make prisoners cultivate the earth as part of their re-socialization.
humans and money too powerful. give forests, trees, rivers, ocean ethical and legal status.
Genetically modify or breed trees and plants to fix more CO2. GM organisms to fix other greenhouse gases.
From suburbs to coops
a free energy for the tropical and sub-Saharan zones: common elements to mass-production to agriculture applications
a free energy for the tropical and sub-Saharan zone countries: common elements to mass-production to agriculture applications
Tap into farmers know-how to speed stormwater infiltration so it does not contribute to flooding and is available for future use.
Agricultural and Forestry products are inputs into manufacturing, and manufacturing facility energy harvesting can net lower greenhouse gas.
The restoration of freshwater ecosystem remains the principal strategy for resilience for climate change conséquences in Eastern of DRC
a free energy for the tropical and sub-Saharan zone countries: common elements to mass-production to agriculture applications
a disruptive free energy for the tropical and sub-Sahara zone countries: a common element to mass-production for agriculture applications
Conservation agriculture is use of agricultural knowledge to use less inputs, be it fuel, agrochemicals, water but achieve optimal yields
Conservation agriculture, silvopastoral technique in forest and degraded land mitigate the rising levels of CO2 in atmosphere to an extent.
The beekeeping project will promote conservation and tackling poverty at the grassroots level.
Connecting un employed landless youth and small scale farmers near forests and swamps to wild organic honey production and value chain.
I would suggest finding new materials to make paper and stop using trees to make paper. That's it.