The New leadership of ILRI’s Mazingira Centre
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The New leadership of ILRI’s Mazingira Centre

The teams Claudia Arndt and Cesar Patino are leading at the Mazingira Centre are supporting ILRI’s ongoing research to improve livestock greenhouse gas emission inventories – an accounting of the amount of pollutants discharged into the atmosphere – in Africa as well as to develop climate-smart conservation and management practices that meet the needs of the continent’s millions of small-scale livestock farmers. Continue reading

Two students from Braeburn International School Arusha joining Mazingira for a week
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Two students from Braeburn International School Arusha joining Mazingira for a week

At the end of February 2019, two students from the Braeburn International School Arusha joined the Mazingira Team for one week. They were not just looking over our shoulders to learn about what a typical environmental laboratory looks alike but actually got quite some hands-on experience. Read their short report below: By Melchim Roothaert and … Continue reading

New research partnership seeks to explore the value of bioslurry
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New research partnership seeks to explore the value of bioslurry

The Mazingira Centre of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has now entered into a research partnership with the Kenya Biogas Program (KBP) of Hivos to assess the environmental, agronomic and productivity effects of bioslurry as organic fertilizer for crops in smallholder systems. Continue reading

A new publication provides guidance and support on how to set up credible and affordable greenhouse gas inventories
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A new publication provides guidance and support on how to set up credible and affordable greenhouse gas inventories

To reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the livestock sector and demonstrate that they are delivering on the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change, countries will benefit from using advanced greenhouse gas inventory and accounting methods to monitor, verify and report on emissions. Source: Improved greenhouse gas inventories for livestock essential to meet Paris Climate … Continue reading