Climate challenge: Why improved animal health must be measured

Mark Phelps
By Mark Phelps
Updated July 27 2022 - 1:26am, first published July 26 2022 - 2:00am
Diseases affecting animals, how long they live and how productive they are all have a significant impact on GHG emissions. Picture - FAO/Sergey Kozmin

A STANDARDISED method to measure reductions in greenhouse gas emissions resulting from improved animal health is vital if countries are to be able to include those positive gains in their national commitments in the global fight against climate change.

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