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Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Carbon Management
Submission Deadline: August 01, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Xiaocang Xu, PhD
Professor, School of Economics, Chongqing Technology and Business University, 400067, Chongqing, China
Research Interests: Carbon Emissions; Agriculture; Green gas
About the topic:
Environmental pollution has been the focus of people's attention, but mainly concentrated in the industrial field. In recent years, agricultural carbon emissions in rural areas have attracted more and more academic attention. Agricultural carbon emissions not only have an impact on agricultural output, but also have a huge impact on the health of people, especially farmers, and the corresponding health expenditure. Therefore, this topic mainly includes but is not limited to the following topics: environmental pollution, agricultural carbon emissions, health and health expenditure of farmers, etc.
Environmental pollution; Agricultural carbon emissions; Farmers; Health expenditure
Received: 17 October 2022; Published: 28 January 2023; doi: 10.21926/aeer.2301012
The review article discusses the application of biogeochemical technologies aimed at restoring biogeochemical cycles in agroecosystems, primarily in the microbial link regulating CO2 flows. The factors of management this microbial link when applying mineral and organic fertilizers are shown. The processes of minerali [...]
by Robert White
Received: 21 July 2022; Published: 10 October 2022; doi: 10.21926/aeer.2204039
Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture in 2022 were 67.8 million (M) tonnes (t) of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e), amounting to 12.9% of total emissions. Erupted methane (CH4) from ruminant animals comprised 42% of agricultural emissions. By 2030, the Australian Government aims [...]
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