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Title: ニュージーランド農業における温室効果ガスの排出動向と削減対応
Other Titles: Emission Trends of Greenhouse Gases and Measures against Global Warming in the New Zealand Agriculture Sector
Authors: 山本, 康貴1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
増田, 清敬2 Browse this author
稲永, 直人3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Yamamoto, Yasutaka1
Masuda, Kiyotaka2
Inenaga, Naoto3
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2008
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院農学研究院
Journal Title: 北海道大学農經論叢
Journal Title(alt): The Nokei Ronso : The Review of Agricultural Economics Hokkaido University
Volume: 63
Start Page: 19
End Page: 24
Abstract: This study analyzed the emission trends of greenhouse gases and the measures against global warming in the New Zealand (NZ) agriculture sector. The NZ agriculture sector has the largest impact for greenhouse gas emission in NZ. Especially, methane emissions from enteric fermentation of sheep, dairy cattle, and non-dairy cattle are significant sources. In accordance with the Kyoto Protocol, NZ’s target is to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to the level they were in 1990.Measures against global warming in the NZ agriculture sector include reduction in breeding numbers (short-term) and the cutting of greenhouse gas emission factors for livestock through research and development (long-term). However, it is believed that the short-term reduction measure will have a large impact on farmers, such as agricultural income reduction, and the long-term reduction measure will take considerable time to reduce the effects of greenhouse gases.
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