Animal Agriculture & Climate Change Newsletter – Spring 2014

The USDA-NIFA Animal Agriculture & Climate Change project is a federally-funded effort to foster animal production practices that are environmentally sound, climatically compatible, and economically viable by providing science-based information, education resources, and decision support tools for livestock and poultry producers. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, through Dr. Saqib Mukhtar and David Smith in the Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department, is leading this effort in the southwest US. This newsletter highlights project activities and deliverables, regionally-relevant news items, and climate and weather tools available for educators. Of special note is the FREE 12-hour online Animal Agriculture & Climate Change course which covers such topics as recent climate and weather trends, climate impacts and adaptation, climate science, greenhouse gas sources and mitigation strategies, carbon regulations and markets, and communication strategies.

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