Elements underpinning a policy to reduce ammonia emissions from agriculture in France

by Claire Oudot (writer), Brian Pain (writer), José Martinez (writer)
Collection: Études Cemagref
january 2003
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This report briefly describes the sources of emissions of ammonia gas and their impact on the environment, on the cycle and use of nitrogen in the soil and on human and animal health. It provides an overview of research conducted to develop and evaluate techniques for reducing ammonia emissions, in order to identify those that are the most cost-effective and widely applicable. Current policies to solve this problem, used in five countries (the Netherlands, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany) are defined. Options are considered on the basis of the MARACCAS model (Model for the Assessment of Regional Ammonia Cost Curves for Abatement Strategies).

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Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Études Cemagref

Published: 1 january 2003

Reference eBook [PDF]: CF6172NUM

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759207312

Interior: Two-colour

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 310

Size: 16 Mo (PDF)