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  • Website

    Carbon: greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture | AHDB

    2021 - Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

    In-text: (Carbon: greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture | AHDB, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Ahdb.org.uk. 2021. Carbon: greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture | AHDB. [online] Available at: <https://ahdb.org.uk/carbon> [Accessed 10 May 2022].

  • Book

    Chilvers, J. and Kearnes, M.

    Remaking participation

    2015 - Taylor & Francis Group - Milton

    In-text: (Chilvers and Kearnes, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Chilvers, J. and Kearnes, M., 2015. Remaking participation. 1st ed. Milton: Taylor & Francis Group.

  • Report

    Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N.

    A RELATIONAL CO-PRODUCTIONIST APPROACH TO SOCIOTECHNICAL TRANSITIONS

    2015 - University of East Anglia: School of Environmental Sciences - Norwich

    In-text: (Chilvers and Longhurst, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Chilvers, J. and Longhurst, N., 2015. A RELATIONAL CO-PRODUCTIONIST APPROACH TO SOCIOTECHNICAL TRANSITIONS. Science, Society and Sustainability (3S) Research Group. [online] Norwich: University of East Anglia: School of Environmental Sciences, pp.1-44. Available at: <https://uea3s.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/chilvers-and-longhurst-3swp-2015-27.pdf> [Accessed 20 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Fankhauser, S., Smith, S. M., Allen, M., Axelsson, K., Hale, T., Hepburn, C., Kendall, J. M., Khosla, R., Lezaun, J., Mitchell-Larson, E., Obersteiner, M., Rajamani, L., Rickaby, R., Seddon, N. and Wetzer, T.

    The meaning of net zero and how to get it right

    2021 - Nature Climate Change

    In-text: (Fankhauser et al., 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Fankhauser, S., Smith, S., Allen, M., Axelsson, K., Hale, T., Hepburn, C., Kendall, J., Khosla, R., Lezaun, J., Mitchell-Larson, E., Obersteiner, M., Rajamani, L., Rickaby, R., Seddon, N. and Wetzer, T., 2021. The meaning of net zero and how to get it right. Nature Climate Change, [online] 12(1), pp.15-21. Available at: <https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-021-01245-w> [Accessed 12 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Havlík, P., Valin, H., Herrero, M., Obersteiner, M., Schmid, E., Rufino, M. C., Mosnier, A., Thornton, P. K., Böttcher, H., Conant, R. T., Frank, S., Fritz, S., Fuss, S., Kraxner, F. and Notenbaert, A.

    Climate change mitigation through livestock system transitions

    2014 - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    In-text: (Havlík et al., 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Havlík, P., Valin, H., Herrero, M., Obersteiner, M., Schmid, E., Rufino, M., Mosnier, A., Thornton, P., Böttcher, H., Conant, R., Frank, S., Fritz, S., Fuss, S., Kraxner, F. and Notenbaert, A., 2014. Climate change mitigation through livestock system transitions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, [online] 111(10), pp.3709-3714. Available at: <https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.1308044111> [Accessed 14 May 2022].

  • Book

    Jasanoff, S.

    States of knowledge:The Co-Production of Science and the Social Order

    2004 - Taylor & Francis Group - Abingdon, Oxon

    In-text: (Jasanoff, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Jasanoff, S., 2004. States of knowledge:The Co-Production of Science and the Social Order. 1st ed. Abingdon, Oxon: Taylor & Francis Group, pp.1-86.

  • Journal

    Johnson, K. A. and Johnson, D. E.

    Methane emissions from cattle

    1995 - Journal of Animal Science

    In-text: (Johnson and Johnson, 1995)

    Your Bibliography: Johnson, K. and Johnson, D., 1995. Methane emissions from cattle. Journal of Animal Science, [online] 73(8), pp.2483-2492. Available at: <https://doi.org/10.2527/1995.7382483x> [Accessed 10 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Leahy, S., Clark, H. and Reisinger, A.

    Challenges and Prospects for Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Pathways Consistent With the Paris Agreement

    2020 - Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems

    In-text: (Leahy, Clark and Reisinger, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Leahy, S., Clark, H. and Reisinger, A., 2020. Challenges and Prospects for Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Pathways Consistent With the Paris Agreement. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, [online] 4. Available at: <https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fsufs.2020.00069/full> [Accessed 12 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Lynch, J., Cain, M., Frame, D. and Pierrehumbert, R.

    Agriculture's Contribution to Climate Change and Role in Mitigation Is Distinct From Predominantly Fossil CO2-Emitting Sectors

    2021 - Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems

    In-text: (Lynch, Cain, Frame and Pierrehumbert, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Lynch, J., Cain, M., Frame, D. and Pierrehumbert, R., 2021. Agriculture's Contribution to Climate Change and Role in Mitigation Is Distinct From Predominantly Fossil CO2-Emitting Sectors. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, [online] 4. Available at: <http://doi: 10.3389/fsufs.2020.518039> [Accessed 12 May 2022].

  • Website

    Neufeld, D.

    The Carbon Footprint of the Food Supply Chain

    2020 - Visual Capitalist

    In-text: (Neufeld, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Neufeld, D., 2020. The Carbon Footprint of the Food Supply Chain. [online] Visual Capitalist. Available at: <https://www.visualcapitalist.com/visualising-the-greenhouse-gas-impact-of-each-food/> [Accessed 10 May 2022].

  • Journal

    O’Mara, F.

    The significance of livestock as a contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions today and in the near future

    2011 - Animal Feed Science and Technology

    In-text: (O’Mara, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: O’Mara, F., 2011. The significance of livestock as a contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions today and in the near future. Animal Feed Science and Technology, [online] 166-167(2), pp.7-15. Available at: <https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2011.04.074> [Accessed 10 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Roque, B. M., Venegas, M., Kinley, R. D., de Nys, R., Duarte, T. L., Yang, X. and Kebreab, E.

    Red seaweed (Asparagopsis taxiformis) supplementation reduces enteric methane by over 80 percent in beef steers

    2021 - PLOS ONE

    In-text: (Roque et al., 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Roque, B., Venegas, M., Kinley, R., de Nys, R., Duarte, T., Yang, X. and Kebreab, E., 2021. Red seaweed (Asparagopsis taxiformis) supplementation reduces enteric methane by over 80 percent in beef steers. PLOS ONE, [online] 16(3), p.e0247820. Available at: <https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0247820> [Accessed 14 May 2022].

  • Book

    Sismondo, S.

    An Introduction to Science and Technology Studies

    2009 - Wiley - Hoboken

    In-text: (Sismondo, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Sismondo, S., 2009. An Introduction to Science and Technology Studies. 2nd ed. Hoboken: Wiley, pp.136-204.

  • Website

    The Good Food Institute

    GROWING MEAT SUSTAINABLY: THE CULTIVATED MEAT REVOLUTION

    2018 - The Good Food Institute

    In-text: (The Good Food Institute, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: The Good Food Institute, 2018. GROWING MEAT SUSTAINABLY: THE CULTIVATED MEAT REVOLUTION. [online] Gfi.org. Available at: <https://gfi.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/sustainability_cultivated_meat.pdf> [Accessed 13 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Warren, R.

    The role of interactions in a world implementing adaptation and mitigation solutions to climate change

    2011 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences

    In-text: (Warren, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Warren, R., 2011. The role of interactions in a world implementing adaptation and mitigation solutions to climate change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, [online] 369(1934), pp.217-241. Available at: <https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsta.2010.0271> [Accessed 15 May 2022].

  • Website

    World Resources Institute

    Cool Food

    2020 - World Resources Institute

    In-text: (World Resources Institute, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: World Resources Institute, 2020. Cool Food. [online] World Resources Institute. Available at: <https://www.wri.org/initiatives/cool-food-pledge> [Accessed 11 May 2022].

  • Journal

    Xu, X., Sharma, P., Shu, S., Lin, T., Ciais, P., Tubiello, F. N., Smith, P., Campbell, N. and Jain, A. K.

    Global greenhouse gas emissions from animal-based foods are twice those of plant-based foods

    2021 - Nature Food

    In-text: (Xu et al., 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Xu, X., Sharma, P., Shu, S., Lin, T., Ciais, P., Tubiello, F., Smith, P., Campbell, N. and Jain, A., 2021. Global greenhouse gas emissions from animal-based foods are twice those of plant-based foods. Nature Food, [online] 2(9), pp.724-732. Available at: <https://doi.org/10.1038/s43016-021-00358-x> [Accessed 10 May 2022].

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