- — World Food Center (@UCDavisFood)Tue, Oct 25 2016 18:58:37CA dairy: 20% of US milk supply, among most efficient in world for GHG emissions. Right public co-investment can reduce emission up to 50%.
- — World Food Center (@UCDavisFood)Tue, Oct 25 2016 18:28:02Farmland conservation important to meeting climate goal: converting farm to urban increases GHG emissions up to 70X. Steve Wheeler @ucdavis
- — World Food Center (@UCDavisFood)Tue, Oct 25 2016 18:36:41Efficient drip irrigation cuts nitrous oxide emissions in California. Win-win for water use & GHG emissions reduction. Dr. Horwath @ucdavis
- — World Food Center (@UCDavisFood)Tue, Oct 25 2016 18:43:27Carbon itself shouldn't be the metric in CA's Climate Plan. Microbial benefits to soils & climate may not lead to less carbon -Louise Jacksn
Advancing the California Climate Scoping Plan
Brown-bag seminar showcasing how UC Davis researchers have helped inform the science behind California's progressive AB 32 climate plan. The seminar will include an overview of the recommendations to the California Climate Scoping Plan and a panel discussion with UC Davis faculty members involved in the workshops.
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