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Greenhouse effect including long and short lived gases

This resource explains he science behind the greenhouse gas effect including the warming potential of different greenhouse gases and where soil carbon fits into climate change

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Projected impacts of climate change on New Zealand farming systems

Diagram showing effect of climate change around New Zealand

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Adapting to a changing climate

Farmers are adapting to different climatic conditions and weather patterns all the time; it is the nature of farming. The future impacts of climate change are based on modelled predictions and extensive knowledge and understanding of the impact of climate and temperature on weather patterns. This modelling suggests more frequent and more prolonged adverse events such as drought, floods, and snowstorms.

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The Greenhouse Effect, including long and short-lived gases

The term "Greenhouse Effect" explained including long and short lived gases, soil carbon and New Zealand's GHG emission profile

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Climate Change Basics

New Zealand has the lowest carbon footprint for milk in the world. However, in New Zealand, half of our emissions come from agriculture, and nearly a quarter come from dairy biological emissions (nitrous oxide and methane). Gain a better understanding of the New Zealand dairy carbon footprint

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DairyNZ

Climate Change - DINZ response

What is Deer Industry NZ doing to help its farmers meet our climate change obligations?

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DINZ

Climate Change - Environment Southland

The Environment Southland website has information relating to the impact of Climate Change on Southland and the draft Climate Change Action Plan.

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Environment Southland

AgMatters - Climate Change Basics

On this page - What are Greenhouse gases? How do we know the climate is changing? What is New Zealand's contribution to climate change?

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AG Matters

Biogenic methane from ruminant animals and nitrous oxide from agricultural soils

Understand where methane and nitrous oxide emissions on farm come from

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E-Check - the arable Greenhouse Gas Calculator

E-Check is a greenhouse gas emissions calculator which has been developed specifically for use in arable and mixed arable systems.

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FAR - Foundation for Arable Research

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