Difference between revisions of "Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases"

 
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|Website address=http://globalresearchalliance.org/
 
|Website address=http://globalresearchalliance.org/
 
|Starting year=2009
 
|Starting year=2009
|Secretariat=Located in New Zealand, e-mail: secretariat@globalresearchalliance.org
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|Secretariat=Global Research Alliance Secretariat,
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Ministry for Primary Industries
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Charles Fergusson Building
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34-38 Bowen St
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Pipitea
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Wellington
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New Zealand
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(Secretariat@globalresearchalliance.org)
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e-mail: secretariat@globalresearchalliance.org
 
|Organisational structure=Council of nominated members from each member country, over the top of four Research Groups.  Each Research Group is led by co-chairs from three member countries.  Supported by a Secretariat and a Special Representative.
 
|Organisational structure=Council of nominated members from each member country, over the top of four Research Groups.  Each Research Group is led by co-chairs from three member countries.  Supported by a Secretariat and a Special Representative.
 
|Geographical coverage=Global
 
|Geographical coverage=Global
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|LPAA Theme Energy Access and Efficiency=No
 
|LPAA Theme Energy Access and Efficiency=No
 
|LPAA Theme Private Finance=No
 
|LPAA Theme Private Finance=No
|Description=The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases is a Research Alliance based on voluntary, collaborative efforts of over 61 member countries. The Alliance is aimed at research, development and extension of technologies and practices that will help to produce more food without increasing GHG emissions. The Alliance supports three parallel research groups (croplands, livestock and paddy rice) and a cross-cutting research group (integrative).
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|Description=The GRA Charter provides a framework for voluntary action to increase cooperation and investment in research activities to help reduce the emissions intensity of agricultural production systems and increase their potential for soil carbon sequestration, and improve their efficiency, productivity, resilience and adaptive capacity, thereby contributing in a sustainable way to overall mitigation efforts, while still helping meet food security objectives.
|Goals=To increase international cooperation, collaboration and investment in both public and private research activities around the mitigation of the effects of agricultural GHG emissions.
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|Participants non-governmental organisations number=17
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Members of the GRA aim to deepen and broaden mitigation research efforts across the agricultural sub-sectors of paddy rice, cropping, and livestock, and to coordinate cross-cutting activities across these areas, including promoting synergies between adaptation and mitigation efforts. Research Groups have been set up to address these areas of work, through work plans that bring countries and partners together in research collaborations, knowledge sharing, use of best practices, and capacity building among scientists and other practitioners. The aim is to develop breakthrough solutions in addressing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
|Participants non-governmental organisations names=Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project - AgMIP (USA), CABI (United Kingdom), Caribbean Agricultural Research & Development Institute - CARDI (Trinidad and Tobago), CATIE (Costa Rica), CCAC (France), Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research - CGIAR (USA), FACCE-JPI (Belgium), FONTAGRO (USA), Global Agribusiness Alliance - GAA (Switzerland), Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition - GODAN (United Kingdom), Greenhouse Gas Management Institute - GHGMI (USA), Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture - IICA (Costa Rica), International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies - CIHEAM (Spain), ISRIC - World Soil Information (Netherlands),  World Agricultural Forum (USA), World Business Council for Sustainable Development - WBCSD (Switzerland), World Farmers Organisation (Italy).
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|Goals=To be the leading global organisation coordinating and advancing scientific research aimed at reducing the intensity of greenhouse gases from agriculture, increasing carbon sequestration in agricultural systems, and improving the resilience and adaptive capacity of agriculture to climate change.
|Participants national actors number=61
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|Activities=The GRA provides a framework for increasing research investment through voluntary action in member countries and is a credible and authoritative platform for scientific information, knowledge and tools on greenhouse gas research in agriculture to inform farmers and agricultural industries how to measure and reduce their emissions intensity for multiple benefit, and to inform governments how to deliver real emissions reductions to meet national commitments under the Paris Agreement.
|Participants national actors names=Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, eSwatini, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malawi, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Senegal, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, Vietnam and Zimbabwe
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|One or two success stories achieved=Recent examples of GRA achievements.
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Progressing Partnerships Webinar Series: https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/demonstrating-impact-progressing-partnerships-webinar-series-2020/
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CLIFF-GRADS student science collaboration webinar series: https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/welcome-to-the-2020-cliff-grads-science-collaboration-webinar-series/
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CLIFF-GRADS round 4 scholarship awards (57 Students): https://globalresearchalliance.org/library/cliff-grads-awardees-2021/
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Report - How Dairy Cattle Health Impacts GHG Emissions: https://globalresearchalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Dairy-Cattle-Health-and-GHG-Emissions-Brochure.pdf
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Revised Methodology Guidelines for Nitrous Oxide Measurement Chambers:
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https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/revised-methodology-guidelines-for-nitrous-oxide-measurement-chambers/
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|Participants non-governmental organisations number=19
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|Participants non-governmental organisations names=Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project - AgMIP (USA), Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (Bangladesh), CABI (United Kingdom), Caribbean Agricultural Research & Development Institute - CARDI (T (Belgium),rinidad and Tobago), CATIE (Costa Rica), CCAC (France), Climate Change - Agriculture and Food Security (Netherlands), Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research - CGIAR (USA), European Commission, JPI (Belgium), FONTAGRO (USA), Global Agribusiness Alliance - GAA (Switzerland), Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition - GODAN (United Kingdom), Greenhouse Gas Management Institute - GHGMI (USA), Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture - IICA (Costa Rica), International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies - CIHEAM (Spain), ISRIC - World Soil Information (Netherlands), World Business Council for Sustainable Development - WBCSD (Switzerland), World Farmers Organisation (Italy), 4 Per 1000 Initiative (France).
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|Participants national actors number=63
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|Participants national actors names=Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, eSwatini, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malawi, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Samoa,  Senegal, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe
 
|Participants intergovernmental organisations number=1
 
|Participants intergovernmental organisations number=1
 
|Participants intergovernmental organisations names=Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO (Italy),
 
|Participants intergovernmental organisations names=Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO (Italy),
 
|Participants financial institutions number=2
 
|Participants financial institutions number=2
|Participants financial institutions names=African Development Bank (Ivory Coast), World Bank (USA).
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|Participants financial institutions names=African Development Bank (Ivory Coast), Inter-American Development Bank (USA), World Bank (USA).
 
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|Have only national states as participators=No
 
|Have only national states as participators=No
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|Indicator=Technical dialogue;Knowledge production and innovation;
 
|Indicator=Technical dialogue;Knowledge production and innovation;
 
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|Goals mai=To be the leading global organisation coordinating and advancing scientific research aimed at reducing the intensity of greenhouse gases from agriculture, increasing carbon sequestration in agricultural systems, and improving the resilience and adaptive capacity of agriculture to climate change.
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|How are you tracking progress of your initiative=Annual Review of the GRA Council Strategic Plan actions as listed in the Operational Plan.
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Six monthly reports on progress and activities of the Research Groups, as well as the annual meeting report.
 
|Available reporting=Meeting reports from council meetings (including project and country updates), newletters and meeting reports from the four research groups.  See website library.
 
|Available reporting=Meeting reports from council meetings (including project and country updates), newletters and meeting reports from the four research groups.  See website library.
 
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General

Name of initiative Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address http://globalresearchalliance.org/
Related initiatives
Starting year 2009
End year
Secretariat Global Research Alliance Secretariat,

Ministry for Primary Industries Charles Fergusson Building 34-38 Bowen St Pipitea Wellington New Zealand (Secretariat@globalresearchalliance.org)

e-mail: secretariat@globalresearchalliance.org

Organisational structure Council of nominated members from each member country, over the top of four Research Groups. Each Research Group is led by co-chairs from three member countries. Supported by a Secretariat and a Special Representative.
Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases
Type of lead organisation Academic/Research institution
Location/Nationality of lead organisation New Zealand

Description

Description The GRA Charter provides a framework for voluntary action to increase cooperation and investment in research activities to help reduce the emissions intensity of agricultural production systems and increase their potential for soil carbon sequestration, and improve their efficiency, productivity, resilience and adaptive capacity, thereby contributing in a sustainable way to overall mitigation efforts, while still helping meet food security objectives.

Members of the GRA aim to deepen and broaden mitigation research efforts across the agricultural sub-sectors of paddy rice, cropping, and livestock, and to coordinate cross-cutting activities across these areas, including promoting synergies between adaptation and mitigation efforts. Research Groups have been set up to address these areas of work, through work plans that bring countries and partners together in research collaborations, knowledge sharing, use of best practices, and capacity building among scientists and other practitioners. The aim is to develop breakthrough solutions in addressing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.

Objectives To be the leading global organisation coordinating and advancing scientific research aimed at reducing the intensity of greenhouse gases from agriculture, increasing carbon sequestration in agricultural systems, and improving the resilience and adaptive capacity of agriculture to climate change.
Activities The GRA provides a framework for increasing research investment through voluntary action in member countries and is a credible and authoritative platform for scientific information, knowledge and tools on greenhouse gas research in agriculture to inform farmers and agricultural industries how to measure and reduce their emissions intensity for multiple benefit, and to inform governments how to deliver real emissions reductions to meet national commitments under the Paris Agreement.
One or two success stories achieved Recent examples of GRA achievements.

Progressing Partnerships Webinar Series: https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/demonstrating-impact-progressing-partnerships-webinar-series-2020/ CLIFF-GRADS student science collaboration webinar series: https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/welcome-to-the-2020-cliff-grads-science-collaboration-webinar-series/ CLIFF-GRADS round 4 scholarship awards (57 Students): https://globalresearchalliance.org/library/cliff-grads-awardees-2021/ Report - How Dairy Cattle Health Impacts GHG Emissions: https://globalresearchalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Dairy-Cattle-Health-and-GHG-Emissions-Brochure.pdf Revised Methodology Guidelines for Nitrous Oxide Measurement Chambers: https://globalresearchalliance.org/n/revised-methodology-guidelines-for-nitrous-oxide-measurement-chambers/

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue, Capacity building
Activity of initiative Knowledge production and innovation, Training and education, Knowledge dissemination and exchange
Indicators
Goals To be the leading global organisation coordinating and advancing scientific research aimed at reducing the intensity of greenhouse gases from agriculture, increasing carbon sequestration in agricultural systems, and improving the resilience and adaptive capacity of agriculture to climate change.
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative Annual Review of the GRA Council Strategic Plan actions as listed in the Operational Plan.

Six monthly reports on progress and activities of the Research Groups, as well as the annual meeting report.

Available reporting Meeting reports from council meetings (including project and country updates), newletters and meeting reports from the four research groups. See website library.

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 85  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 19 Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project - AgMIP (USA),  Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (Bangladesh),  CABI (United Kingdom),  Caribbean Agricultural Research & Development Institute - CARDI (T (Belgium),  rinidad and Tobago),  CATIE (Costa Rica),  CCAC (France),  Climate Change - Agriculture and Food Security (Netherlands),  Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research - CGIAR (USA),  European Commission,  JPI (Belgium),  FONTAGRO (USA),  Global Agribusiness Alliance - GAA (Switzerland),  Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition - GODAN (United Kingdom),  Greenhouse Gas Management Institute - GHGMI (USA),  Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture - IICA (Costa Rica),  International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies - CIHEAM (Spain),  ISRIC - World Soil Information (Netherlands),  World Business Council for Sustainable Development - WBCSD (Switzerland),  World Farmers Organisation (Italy),  4 Per 1000 Initiative (France).
National states 63 Argentina,  Australia,  Bangladesh,  Belgium,  Benin,  Bolivia,  Brazil,  Cameroon,  Canada,  Chile,  China,  Colombia,  Costa Rica,  Côte d’Ivoire,  Democratic Republic of Congo,  Denmark,  Dominican Republic,  Ecuador,  Egypt,  eSwatini,  Ethiopia,  Finland,  France,  Germany,  Ghana,  Honduras,  Indonesia,  Ireland,  Italy,  Japan,  Lithuania,  Malaysia,  Malawi,  Mexico,  Mongolia,  Namibia,  Netherlands,  New Zealand,  Nicaragua,  Nigeria,  Norway,  Panama,  Paraguay,  Peru,  Philippines,  Poland,  Samoa,  Senegal,  South Africa,  South Korea,  Spain,  Sri Lanka,  Sweden,  Switzerland,  Thailand,  Tunisia,  Turkey,  Uganda,  United Kingdom,  United States of America,  Uruguay,  Vietnam,  Zambia,  Zimbabwe
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 1 Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO (Italy)
Financial Institutions 2 African Development Bank (Ivory Coast),  Inter-American Development Bank (USA),  World Bank (USA).
Faith based organisations 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
2015
57
2017
62
2018
68
2019
79
2020
88
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
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Not only have national states as participators