The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) was launched in December 2009 and now has 49 member countries from all regions of the world. 

The GRA is focused on research, development and extension of technologies and practices that will help deliver ways to grow more food (and more climate-resilient food systems) without growing greenhouse gas emissions.

The GRA is involved in the Coalition's Agriculture initiaitve. The CCAC also participates in the GRA Council meeting annually, in order to share information and build on progress in shared areas of interest, including livestock and paddy rice methane emissions.

Find out more about the organisation on its website.

CCAC activities

Activity | Agriculture
Indonesia | Ongoing
Indonesia's agriculture sector is responsible for 7.8% of the country’s greenhouse emissions , of which 34% comes from rice cultivation, 26% are direct emissions from land and soil management, 13%...
Algae farm in Indonesia
Activity | Agriculture
Kenya | Ongoing
Our project "Reducing enteric methane for improving food security and livelihoods" is a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the New Zealand...
Workstream | Agriculture
Enteric fermentation is a natural part of the digestive process in ruminant animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, and buffalo. Microbes in the digestive tract, or rumen, decompose and ferment food,...
Ruminant production and enteric methane

Related resources

This webinar looks at ways that short-lived climate pollutant (SLCP) reduction approaches can be prioritized in national livestock development investments, with examples from World Bank projects...

SLCP mitigation in livestock development strategies: Ethiopia and Bangladesh

The first part of the event features the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) work that promotes ambitious and directed inclusion of agriculture and food systems in enhanced NDCs...


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