Integrated Spatial Technology Framework
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The causes and implications of climate change are currently at the forefront of many researching agendas. Countries that have ratified the Kyoto Protocol are bound by agreements to focus on and reduce greenhouse gas emissions which impact on the natural and anthropogenic environment. Internationally agriculture contributes to environmental impacts such as land use change, loss of biodiversity, greenhouse gas emissions, increased soil salinity, soil acidity and soil erosion. To combat and control the greenhouse gas emissions generated during agricultural production, methodologies are being developed and investigated worldwide. Agriculture is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases
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Chu, C.; Chatterjee, Bikram; Brown, Alistair (2013)Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the factors driving greenhouse gas reporting by Chinese companies. Design/methodology/approach – Content analysis of annual reports and corporate social responsibility ...
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Engelbrecht, D.; Biswas, Wahidul; Pritchard, Deborah; Ahmad, W. (2015)The causes and implications of climate change are currently at the forefront of many researching agendas. Countries that have ratified the Kyoto Protocol are bound by agreements to focus on and reduce greenhouse gas ...