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The Signpost Series - 100th Webinar Episode

On this episode of the Signpost Series which took place on Friday, 25th March, Mark Gibson, Head of Teagasc Outreach & Innovation Department was joined by Professor Gary Lanigan, Teagasc to discuss Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation and the Role of Sequestration and Rewetting.

28 March 2022
Type
Event Proceeding
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Understanding GHGs on Irish farms

In Ireland, agriculture currently contributes 37% of the total GHGs emitted. GHG emissions on Irish farms come primarily from methane belched by cattle and sheep, fertiliser use, animal excrement and diesel.

12 January 2022
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Booklet
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1,359KB
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Measures to reduce GHG emissions on dairy farms - Checklist

Climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge facing the world right now. Farmers can be a part of the solution! What are you doing on your farm to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? Have you thought about the climate actions that you can take in the future to reduce emissions?

09 December 2021
Type
Factsheet
0 Pages
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Measures to reduce GHG Emissions on suckler farms - Checklist

Climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge facing the world right now. Farmers can be a part of the solution! What are you doing on your farm to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? Have you thought about the climate actions that you can take in the future to reduce emissions?

09 December 2021
Type
Factsheet
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The Signpost Series Webinar - Farm Specific Mitigation Strategies and Practical Actions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions on Irish Farms

On this episode of The Signpost Series, which took place on Friday, 12 November, Pat Murphy, Head of Environment Knowledge Transfer Department, Teagasc was joined by Dr. Seamus Kearney, Signpost Programme and Jonathan Herron, Teagasc Moorepark to discuss Farm Specific Mitigation Strategies and Practical Actions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions on Irish Farms.

15 November 2021
Type
Event Proceeding
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Do you know the carbon footprint for your farm? - Webinar

An interactive informative online webinar to guide you through using the carbon footprint figure to make decisions on reducing emissions on your farm. The webinar was held by Seamus Kearney, Teagasc Signpost, Dr. Eleanor Murphy, Bord Bia and Jack Kearney, Signpost Farmer.

21 October 2021
Type
Event Proceeding
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