Monday, December 29, 2008

Agriculture and Kyoto

Most scientists would argue that the Kyoto agreements have many serious deficiencies but are the only framework we have for international efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions and minimize the risk of catastrophic, or just very damaging, climate change.

From New Zealand's point of view the most serious questions about Kyoto and its successor agreements relate to the impact of agriculture on greenhouse gas emission.

Readers of this blog, if there are still any, might like to take a look at my discussion about some aspects of this with Charles Finny over at Dear John.

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