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Agriculture and Forestry Workspace 2016

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CoLab members create proposals

May 24, 2016 05:00 EDT - Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
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Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
How can greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, forestry and other land use be reduced?

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11 Proposals
We launch farmer-led micro businesses to restore soil fertility and sequester carbon through earthworm composting in India.
if we introduce large volumes of saltwater into oue 10 largest natural depressions, we can creat new green zones,more rain, more crops trees
Efficient burning of firewood resulting in less consumption, reducing cooking time and decreasing the incidence of health hazards.
Windmills could generate electricity, organic material, reduce CO2 emission and generate water. Using windmills could solve world problems.
Fuelwood consumption is the main source of GHG emissions in Ethiopia. Scaling up new cook/baking technologies can have a significant impact.
By afforesting 2 million hectares of pastureland and 1 million hectares of degraded areas in Ethiopia, 32.3 Mt CO2e can be abated
Manage 2 million hectares each of Ethiopian forests and woodlands, and 10 Mt CO2e will be abated.
EVERY MINUTE 146 women become pregnant who did not plan or wish it. Many undeveloped countries still have an unmet need for contraception.
Testing the Paris Agreement with ecological, economic & social mechanisms to "zero-out" emissions in future model city: Tamale Ghana