Bangor University’s greenhouse gas research has impacted policy and industry through generation of new country-specific nitrous oxide (N2O) emission factors.
In terms of policy, Bangor’s evidence has significantly lowered calculated N2O contributions in the UK’s Agriculture greenhouse gas Inventory and informed changes to guidelines at the international level. In Industry, Bangor research highlighted that enteric methane represents a greater proportion of the UK’s total Agriculture greenhouse gas Inventory than previously thought and worked with red meat / dairy sectors in Wales to enable co-identification of practical greenhouse gas emission mitigation practices.
- Professor Dave Chadwick
- Dr Prysor Williams
- Dr David Styles