Welcome

The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases brings countries together to find ways to grow more food without growing greenhouse gas emissions.

Paddy Rice

The Paddy Rice Group is focused on emissions from paddy rice cultivation systems. More

Livestock

The Livestock Group is looking at emissions from ruminant and non-ruminant livestock systems. More

Croplands

The Croplands Group is finding ways to limit the loss of carbon and nitrogen from crops and soils to the atmosphere. More

Community

Be part of an initiative that will bring together the world’s best in agricultural greenhouse gas emissions research.

Members

Any interested government can become an Alliance Member Country. More

Partners

View the list of international organisations joining with the Alliance. More

Network

Join the growing community of people who are interested in the work of the Alliance. More

News

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“Exciting” identification of methane emissions-reducing compounds

Five animal-safe compounds have been identified as being able to reduce methane emissions in livestock by up to 90%. The discovery was made after more than 100,000 compounds were tested by researchers working through the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre and Pastoral Greenhouse Gas Research Consortium. More

GRA Croplands on Facebook

The Global Research Alliance Croplands Research Group is now up and running on Facebook. This move to social media enables the group to post updates, news, and meeting and upcoming event information in a user-friendly, visually driven format. More