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Which organisations are involved

The GHG Platform programme of work is supported by the Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board and by the Climate Change Task Force.

The involvement the agricultural industry is an essential part of this project. This will help to make the calculation and reporting of emissions match end-user requirements and make sure that farming systems and mitigation measures are well represented. 

The programme of work is being carried out by a partnership of 16 of the UK’s leading research groups, giving access to a wide range of agricultural and environmental expertise and specialist facilities required to fulfil the projects.  

Members of the consortium include key research institutions based within all of the devolved authorities in the UK, and which have unparalleled experience of relevant regional considerations.

Agricultural UK GHG Platform Partners
University of Aberdeen ADAS UK Ltd Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Centre for Ecology & Hydrology University of Cranfield University Wales Aberystwyth The James Hutton Institute National Physical Laboratory theRothamsted Research Scottish Agricultural College Environmental Data Archival Organic research centre Met office University East Anglia University Nottingham University Reading
University of Aberdeen University of Aberdeen Aberystwyth University ADAS Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Bangor University Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Cranfield University University of East Anglia The James Hutton Institute The Met Office University of Nottingham National Physical Laboratory Organic Research Centre University of Reading Rothamsted Research Centre for Environmental Data Archival Scotland's Rural College

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