Measuring farm emissions could pay dividends, scientists say

By Geoffrey Kamadi | Mon, 24 Feb 2014 10:45 AM
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NYANDO BASIN, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Research is under way in western Kenya to measure the greenhouse gas emissions from soil tilled by small-scale farmers – the mainstay of African farming – so that scientists can work out how to farm more efficiently while minimising emissions that contribute to climate change.

The project is aimed at filling gaps in knowledge about ...

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