Many current food production practices still result in air, water, and soil pollution, contributing to biodiversity loss, climate change, and poor air quality. Increasing global food demand drives increasing ruminant livestock numbers, rapid land use change. and nitrogen fertilizer use, accelerating greenhouse gas emissions.
The aim of the quantiAGREMI project is to provide a SI-traceable field measurement infrastructure for accurate determination of animal houses emissions as well as nitrogen footprints. This will facilitate assessment of mitigation measures to reduce emissions.
The consortium delivering quantiAGREMI brings together 21 partners from 9 countries.
For further information about the quantiAGREMI project please see the project summary leaflet and project summary poster.