Net zero for agriculture
Michelle Cain, Myles Allen, John LynchView Journal Article / Working Paper
To design effective policies to stop global warming, we need to know the impact of different measures on temperature. This has long been a challenge for action involving short-lived climate pollutants such as methane. CO2-warming-equivalent (CO2 we) emissions provide a simple but accurate way of assessing the global temperature outcomes of different mitigation options, avoiding well-known problems arising from the use of conventional CO2 -equivalent (CO2-e) emissions.