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Ruminant enteric methane mitigation: a review
In Australia, agriculture is responsible for ~17% of total greenhouse gas emissions with ruminants being the largest single source. However, agriculture is likely to be shielded from the full impactExpand
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Red meat production in australia: life cycle assessment and comparison with overseas studies.
Greenhouse gas emissions from beef production are a significant part of Australia's total contribution to climate change. For the first time an environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) hybridizingExpand
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Resource use and greenhouse gas intensity of Australian beef production: 1981–2010
Over the past three decades major changes have occurred in Australia's beef industry, affecting productivity and potentially the amount of resources used and environmental impacts from production.Expand
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Environmental assessment of two pork supply chains using life cycle assessment
Agricultural industries are under increasing pressure to quantify their environmental impacts and resource usage by government, consumers and the general public. Quantification of greenhouse gas Expand
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Application of life cycle assessment to sheep production systems: investigating co-production of wool and meat using case studies from major global producers
PurposeMethodology of co-product handling is a critical determinant of calculated resource use and environmental emissions per kilogram (kg) product but has not been examined in detail for differentExpand
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Accounting for water use in Australian red meat production
Background and theoryLife cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle inventory (LCI) practice needs to engage with the debate on water use in agriculture and industry. In the case of the red meat sector,Expand
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Resource use and environmental impacts from beef production in eastern Australia investigated using life cycle assessment
Resource use and environmental impacts are important factors relating to the sustainability of beef production in Australia. This study used life cycle assessment to investigate impacts fromExpand
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Resource use and greenhouse gas emissions from three wool production regions in Australia
ustralia is the largest supplier of fine apparel wool in the world, produced from diverse sheep production systems. To date, broad scale analyses of the environmental credentials of Australian woolExpand
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Resource use and environmental impacts from Australian chicken meat production
Abstract Agri-food industries such as chicken meat production face increasing pressure to quantify and improve their environmental performance over time, while simultaneously increasing production toExpand
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Resource use and environmental impacts from Australian export lamb production: a life cycle assessment
This study conducted a life cycle assessment (LCA) investigating energy, land occupation, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, fresh water consumption and stress-weighted water use from production ofExpand
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