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Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are increasingly important due to their tie to climate change. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and many other agencies have performed research to quantify where most emissions come from and where we can reduce them. 

Leading scientists throughout the U.S., as well as the EPA, have quantified the impacts of livestock production in the U.S., which accounts for 4.2 percent of all GHG emissions.

Greenhouse Gas from Dairy Manure

  • Sources of Greenhouse Gases in Agriculture
    Jeni Wightman
     
  • Greenhouse Gas from Dairy Manure Management at the Farmstead 
    Peter Wright, and Curt Gooch
    2018 
  • Part 1: How are Greenhouse Gases Generated?
  • Part 2: Dairy Manure Management Impact on Methane
  • Part 3: Dairy Manure Management Impact on Nitrous Oxide
  • Part 4: Combining Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Dairy Manure Management
  • Part 5: GHG Reduction from Crusts on Storages
  • Part 6: GHG Reduction from Limiting Summer Storage
  • Part 7: GHG from Solid Storage Systems
  • Part 8: GHG Reduction from solid-Liquid Separation Systems
  • Part 9: GHG Reduction from an Impermeable Cover
  • Part 10: GHG Reduction from an Anaerobic Digestion System

Anaerobic Digestion and GHG Emissions 

Dairy Environmental Systems and Climate Adaptations Conference