Dominik E. Reusser

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Changing food consumption patterns and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have been a matter of scientific debate for decades. The agricultural sector is one of the major GHG emitters and thus holds a large potential for climate change mitigation through optimal management and dietary changes. We assess this potential, project emissions, and(More)
Global food production needs to be increased by 60-110% between 2005 and 2050 to meet growing food and feed demand. Intensification and/or expansion of agriculture are the two main options available to meet the growing crop demands. Land conversion to expand cultivated land increases GHG emissions and impacts biodiversity and ecosystem services. Closing(More)
There are errors in the Materials and Methods under the subheading " Assessing Fossil Energy and GHG Emissions. " The correct text is: For estimating fossil energy and GHG emissions associated with the dietary patterns, we combined data on agricultural energy output/input (O/ I) ratio (R O/I) [5], on agricultural non-CO 2 GHG emissions [8], on feed supply(More)
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