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Date
Aug. 22-24, 2016
Venue
Fukuoka, Japan
Co-sponsors
NARO, JP
JIRCAS, JP
Background / Highlights of Activity
Rationale:

Climate change, such as global warming, is one of the biggest issues facing the world today. In order to meet the mission of the Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC), it’s a matter of urgency to establish a proper integration of climate change adaptation and mitigation measures for small-scale farmers, because under heat stress from global warming the quantity and quality of the products of livestock have been decreasing. Livestock contribute both directly and indirectly to global warming through the emissions of Greenhouse gases (GHG) such as carbon dioxide, methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O). Globally, the livestock sector contributes 18 percent (7.1 billion tons CO2 equivalent) of GHG emissions. Methane emissions mostly occur as enteric fermentation and manure management in livestock operations. Nitrous oxide emissions are associated with manure management and the application and deposition of manure. To cope with the climate-change induced negative impacts, it is imperative 1) to properly manage GHG emissions from livestock production systems and 2) to undertake the challenge for generating future mitigating strategies from livestock production systems. FFTC, the NARO Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science (NILGS), Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) and Japanese Society of Animal Science (JSAS), and Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP) join hands to collaborate to organize the proposed a satellite workshop of the Annual conference of AAAP in 2016 to share the latest advances in understanding the climate-change related problems as well as newly-developed doable technologies that increase productivity, efficiency, resilience, adaptive capacity, and mitigation potential of animal production system facing the problems.

Program

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Papers

Plenary Session
 
GHG emissions from animal production in the Asian and Pacific region; trends, drivers and mitigation prospects     Paper(234)     Slide(219)
Dr. Harry Clark
 
Methanogenesis and Hydrogenotrophy in Ruminant Livestock     Paper(210)    Slide(226)
Dr. Christopher S. McSweeney
 
Country Reports
 
Approach of climate change on animal production in Indonesia     Paper(203)    Slide(217)
Dr. Agung Purnomoadi
 
Approach of climate change on animal production in Thailand     Paper(210)    Slide(214)
Dr. Kalaya Boonyanuwat
 
Approach of climate change on animal production in Vietnam     Paper(211)    Slide(213)
Dr. La Van Kinh
 
Strategies on climate change adaptation and GHG mitigation of animal industry in Taiwan     Paper(207)    Slide(215)
Dr. Mei-Ping Cheng
 
Session on GHG emission from animal agriculture   
 
Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies to Abate Enteric Methane Emission from Dairy Buffaloes     Paper(230)
Daniel Lopez Aquino
 
Approach towards mitigation of enteric methane from ruminant in Japan     Paper(206)    Slide(209)
Dr.Takumi Shinkai
 
Enteric methane emission and mitigation from beef cattle production system in the tropics     Paper(218)    Slide(201)
Dr. Kritapon Sommart
 
Reduction of GHG emissions from animal waste treatment     Paper(206)    Slide(195)
Dr. Yasuyuki Fukumoto
 
Reduction of GHG emissions from animal agriculture: a life cycle approach     Paper(222)    Slide(212)
Dr. Akifumi Ogino
 
Session on Adaptation to Climate Change
 
Approach to global warming on dairy farming in Japan     Paper(221)    Slide(227)
Dr. Masahito Tanaka

Highlights
Highlights of Seminar on Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases and Adaptation to Climate Change in livestock Production Systems