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GHG Mitigation in Rice - SECTOR

Greenhouse Gas Calculator for Rice. Source-selective and Emission-adjusted GHG CalculaTOR for Cropland – SECTOR is a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Calculator for cropland based on the IPCC Tier 2 approach. This tool is presently available in Excel and requires inputs from the user on cropping area, yield, and management practices.

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IRRI's activities on greenhouse gas mitigation in rice ...

IRRI's Activities on GHG Mitigation in Rice Cultivation Björn Ole Sander. International Rice Research Institute. Flooded field is left to dry out . When water level drops to a threshold (15cm below soil surface), the field is irrigated again. Perforated tube for observing water level in the soil. AWD saves up to 30% of irrigation water. Mitigation potential of AWD - results from farmers ...

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SRI and Climate Change Mitigation - The System of Rice ...

SRI and Climate Change Mitigation Flooded rice paddies are a major source of methane (CH 4), a greenhouse gas (GHG) that is roughly 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide (CO 2), the main GHG that contributes to global warming and to climate change. Rice paddies contribute about 15-20% of the total methane emissions that human activities currently generate and propel into the atmosphere [1 ...

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Alternate wetting and drying in irrigated rice

A large potential exists for GHG reductions from rice paddies through the use of systematically introduced AWD, optimized for GHG mitigation. At present, AWD is widely accepted as the most promising practice for reducing GHG emissions from irrigated rice for its large methane reductions and multiple benefits. Benefits of AWD Reduced water use. By reducing the number of irrigation events ...

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Greenhouse gas emissions from rice - University of Oxford

Greenhouse gas emissions from rice RGTW Working Paper Number 5 , 2013 Alfred Gathorne-Hardy1 [email protected] Globally rice is a crucial crop: it has a central role in providing food, it has a central role in providing employment, and it has substantial environmental impacts. This paper looks at the environmental impacts from rice farming, specifically greenhouse gas ...

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GHG mitigation in Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use ...

23/04/2019  Rice cultivation is the major source of GHG emission in the agriculture sector in 2015, and it would remain the major source of GHG emission during 2015 to 2050. Emission from managed soils, which is the second highest (21.6% in 2015) contributor to agriculture related GHG emission, would have a share of 37.1% by 2050. The share of emission from enteric fermentation in ruminant animals would ...

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ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION INITIATIVES IN PHILIPPINE RICE ...

1.1 GHG Emissions in Rice Cultivation 14 1.2 Alternate Wetting and Drying as a Mitigation Activity 15 1.3 AMIA as an Opportunity for the Agricultural Sector of the Philippines 17 Chapter 2: Country Background 19 2.1 Geography 19 2.2 Climate and the Effects of Climate Change 19 2.3 The Role of Agriculture in the Philippine Economy 20 Chapter 3: The Rice Sector in the Philippines 23 3.1 ...

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Greenhouse gas mitigation in agriculture Philosophical ...

Many agricultural practices can potentially mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the most prominent of which are improved cropland and grazing land management and restoration of degraded lands and cultivated organic soils. Lower, but still significant mitigation potential is provided by water and rice management, set-aside, land use change and agroforestry, livestock management and manure ...

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Vietnam aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in rice sector

07/01/2021  These tools are: MapAWD – a mapping tool to identify suitable rice area for AWD application, SECTOR – a GHG emissions calculator specific for rice, and COMPARE – a cost-benefit analysis tool for mitigation options in rice cultivation.

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The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation ...

The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Model (ASMGHG) Uwe A. Schneider Bruce A. McCarl December 2000 . Table of Contents 1 Developing Farm Level GHGE Data - Use of the Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator (EPIC).....5 1.1 Description.....5 1.2 Running EPIC for Alternative Fertilization Options.....6 2 The Agricultural Sector Model (ASM).....8 3 The Agricultural Sector and ...

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Alternate wetting and drying in irrigated rice

A large potential exists for GHG reductions from rice paddies through the use of systematically introduced AWD, optimized for GHG mitigation. At present, AWD is widely accepted as the most promising practice for reducing GHG emissions from irrigated rice for its large methane reductions and multiple benefits. Benefits of AWD Reduced water use. By reducing the number of irrigation events ...

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SRI and Climate Change Mitigation - The System of Rice ...

SRI and Climate Change Mitigation Flooded rice paddies are a major source of methane (CH 4), a greenhouse gas (GHG) that is roughly 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide (CO 2), the main GHG that contributes to global warming and to climate change. Rice paddies contribute about 15-20% of the total methane emissions that human activities currently generate and propel into the atmosphere [1 ...

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1 Modelling greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation ...

2 22 Abstract 23 Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) from paddy rice are significant, so reducing these 24 emissions has significant potential for climate change mitigation. We investigated alternate 25 wetting and drying (AWD) as part of an integrated management approach to enhance 26 mitigation, together with combinations of mineral nitrogen (N), reduced tillage, a suitable

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Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Philippine Rice ...

05/11/2015  The Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Agriculture (AMIA) in this report are designed for a sector – rice cultivation – that is extremely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and commonly associated with food security. However, agriculture also contributes to more than 30 per cent of the GHG emissions in the Philippines and is the second largest GHG emission source in the ...

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Greenhouse gas mitigation by alternate wetting and drying ...

been well documented for agricultural sector including rice cultivation. Measurement, Reporting, Verification • A system in which the three processes are integrated to ensure the accuracy of GHG emissions and reductions from a certain project compared to the baseline practice. • Recently, market mechanisms (i.e., internationally transferred mitigation outcomes, ITMOs) is articulated ...

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Greenhouse gas mitigation in agriculture Philosophical ...

Many agricultural practices can potentially mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the most prominent of which are improved cropland and grazing land management and restoration of degraded lands and cultivated organic soils. Lower, but still significant mitigation potential is provided by water and rice management, set-aside, land use change and agroforestry, livestock management and manure ...

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Mitigation potential and costs for global agricultural ...

sector also potentially offers relatively low-cost opportunities for GHG mitigation. However, there are unique challenges to developing estimates of mitigation costs over large spatial scales, which are needed to assess agriculture’s potential role in reducing global GHG emissions relative to other sectors of the economy. First, there is a ...

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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Options and Costs for ...

Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Options and Costs for Agricultural Land and Animal Production within the United States. This draft report was provided to USDA under contract by ICF International and is presented in the form in which it was received from the contractor. Any views presented are those of the authors and are not necessarily the views of or endorsed by USDA. For more information, contact ...

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The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation ...

The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Model (ASMGHG) Uwe A. Schneider Bruce A. McCarl December 2000 . Table of Contents 1 Developing Farm Level GHGE Data - Use of the Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator (EPIC).....5 1.1 Description.....5 1.2 Running EPIC for Alternative Fertilization Options.....6 2 The Agricultural Sector Model (ASM).....8 3 The Agricultural Sector and ...

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Greenhouse gas mitigation potentials in the livestock sector

21/03/2016  We estimated that between 1995 and 2005, the livestock sector was responsible for greenhouse gas emissions of 5.6–7.5 GtCO2e yr−1. Livestock accounts for

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Greenhouse gas mitigation by alternate wetting and drying ...

been well documented for agricultural sector including rice cultivation. Measurement, Reporting, Verification • A system in which the three processes are integrated to ensure the accuracy of GHG emissions and reductions from a certain project compared to the baseline practice. • Recently, market mechanisms (i.e., internationally transferred mitigation outcomes, ITMOs) is articulated ...

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1 Modelling greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation ...

2 22 Abstract 23 Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) from paddy rice are significant, so reducing these 24 emissions has significant potential for climate change mitigation. We investigated alternate 25 wetting and drying (AWD) as part of an integrated management approach to enhance 26 mitigation, together with combinations of mineral nitrogen (N), reduced tillage, a suitable

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Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Philippine Rice ...

05/11/2015  The Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Agriculture (AMIA) in this report are designed for a sector – rice cultivation – that is extremely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and commonly associated with food security. However, agriculture also contributes to more than 30 per cent of the GHG emissions in the Philippines and is the second largest GHG emission source in the ...

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How much land based greenhouse gas mitigation can be ...

Pete Smith, Helmut Heberl, Alexander Popp, Karl-Heinz Erb, Christian Lauk, Richard Harper, Francesco Tubiello, Alexandre De Pinto, Mostafa Jafari, Saran Sohi, Omar Masera, Hannes Bottcher, Goran Berndes, Mercedes Bustamante, Halal Ahammad, Harry Clark, Hongmin Dong, Elnour Elsiddig, Cheikh Mbow, Nijavalli Ravindranath Show 7 more Show less Charles Rice, Carmenza Abad, Anna

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Greenhouse-gas emissions from energy use in the water sector

26/06/2011  Pathak, H. Wassmann, R. Introducing greenhouse gas mitigation as a development objective in rice-based agriculture: I. Generation of technical coefficients. Agr. Syst. 94 , 807–825 (2007).

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The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation ...

The Agricultural Sector and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Model (ASMGHG) Uwe A. Schneider Bruce A. McCarl December 2000 . Table of Contents 1 Developing Farm Level GHGE Data - Use of the Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator (EPIC).....5 1.1 Description.....5 1.2 Running EPIC for Alternative Fertilization Options.....6 2 The Agricultural Sector Model (ASM).....8 3 The Agricultural Sector and ...

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Greenhouse gas mitigation by agricultural intensification ...

29/06/2010  Greenhouse gas mitigation by agricultural intensification. Jennifer A. Burney, Steven J. Davis, and David B. Lobell. a Program on Food Security and the Environment and; b Department of Environmental Earth System Science, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 and; c Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford, CA 94305; See all Hide authors and

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Mitigation potential and costs for global agricultural ...

sector also potentially offers relatively low-cost opportunities for GHG mitigation. However, there are unique challenges to developing estimates of mitigation costs over large spatial scales, which are needed to assess agriculture’s potential role in reducing global GHG emissions relative to other sectors of the economy. First, there is a ...

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INTRODUCTION OF MITIGATION OPTIONS FOR GHG EMISSIONS

Mitigation options in agriculture sector Mitigation options in energy sector Mitigation options in LULUCF sector . 7/2012 DMHCC-WGIA10 9 MITIGATION OPTIONS FOR ENERGY 15 greenhouse gas mitigation options were developed and evaluated for the energy sector using the Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning system (LEAP) model: LEAP is a modelling tool used to systematically

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Greenhouse gas mitigation potentials in the livestock sector

21/03/2016  We estimated that between 1995 and 2005, the livestock sector was responsible for greenhouse gas emissions of 5.6–7.5 GtCO2e yr−1. Livestock accounts for

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