Researchers propose a unified, scalable framework to measure agricultural greenhouse gas emissions

Man standing in a field
Photo by Chris Brown Photography, courtesy of NCSA

Illinois natural resources and environmental sciences professor Kaiyu Guan says that there are many farming practices that can go a long way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the scientific community has struggled to find a consistent method for measuring how well these practices work. His new study presents a comprehensive approach to help the stakeholders within the agricultural industry “speak the same language” when discussing greenhouse gas emissions. 

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