Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Emissions From Enteric Fermentation Mobile App
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Given the highly variable nature of land-use and agricultural emissions across geographies, GHG emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) are amongst the most complex categories for GHG accounting.
How does it work?
Some cities, where there are no measurable agricultural activities or managed lands within the city boundary, may have no significant sources of AFOLU emissions. Other cities may have significant agricultural activities and managed lands. Notation keys shall be used to indicate where sources do not occur, or where data gaps exist. These emission sources and their scope categorization are summarized in Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Emissions From Enteric Fermentation mobile app.