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Land Use Change Related GHG Emissions Embodied in Commodity Production and Trade 2020

This report aimed, in a very short, time-limited study, to scope out whether reliable figures are available on the percentage of global GHG emissions that would be reduced per year if the UK, Europe o...


Indirect Land Use Change from biofuel production: implications for biodiversity 2011

Biofuels (i.e. fuels produced from biomass) and their use as a source of renewable energy have developed rapidly since the beginning of the 21st century. This increased demand for biofuels and biomas...


PDF JNCC Report No. 364: Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management - Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management (JNCC Report No. 364) 2006 721.0 KB

JNCC Report No. 364 Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management E. A. Stockdale, C.A. Watson, H. I. J. Black, L. P...


PDF JNCC Report No. 456: Indirect Land Use Change from biofuel production: implications for biodiversity - Indirect Land Use Change from biofuel production: implications for biodiversity (JNCC Report No. 456) 2011 634.1 KB

JNCC Report No. 456 Indirect Land Use Change from biofuel production: implications for biodiversity Prepared by Monika Bertzky, Valerie Kapos & Jörn P.W. Scharlemann August 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough, ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 658: Land Use Change Related GHG Emissions Embodied in Commodity Production and Trade - Land Use Change Related GHG Emissions Embodied in Commodity Production and Trade (JNCC Report No. 658) 2020 758.7 KB

JNCC Report No. 658 Land Use Change Related GHG Emissions Embodied in Commodity Production and Trade Harris, M., Hassall, I., Donovan, D., Way, L. & Wilkinson, S. July 2020 © JNCC, Peterborough 2020 I...


Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management 2006

Organic farming practices have recently been shown to benefit a wide range of above-ground taxa through increases in abundance and/or species richness. In relation to policy development, there is a pa...




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