Project Title

Scientific Workshop on Measurement and Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases in Livestock Systems for Green Production and Environment of APEC Members 

Project Year

2013   

Project Number

ATC 01 2013A 

Project Session

Session 3   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

ATC 01 2013A 

Project Title

Scientific Workshop on Measurement and Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases in Livestock Systems for Green Production and Environment of APEC Members 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

http://publications.apec.org/publication-detail.php?pub_id=1645  

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2013 

Project Session

Session 3 

APEC Funding

180,560 

Co-funding Amount

6,875 

Total Project Value

187,435 

Sponsoring Forum

Agricultural Technical Cooperation Working Group (ATCWG) 

Topics

Agriculture 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Thailand 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chinese Taipei; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/01/2014 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2014 

Project Proponent Name 1

Dr Kalaya Boonyanuwat 

Job Title 1

Animal Husbandry Technical Officer 

Organization 1

Bureau of Animal Husbandry and Genetic Improvement, Department of Livestock Development (DLD), Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives 

Postal Address 1

69/1 Phayathai Rd, Ratchathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand 

Telephone 1

66-2 6534444 Extension 3213 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

kalayabo@yahoo.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Dr Kalaya Boonyanuwat 

Project Summary

One of the priorities for climate change in livestock production is to build officials’ capacity to mitigation co-benefit such as measure and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from livestock systems. A series of technical workshops to identify opportunities for capability building and increasing scientific expertise are an important part of this work area. The workshop in this series is for the APEC member economies. This workshop will include oral presentations of APEC delegations, discussion on relevant topics, and site visits which all activities will not be affiliated to all members. It is proposed to be organized by DLD, Thailand.

The workshop will improve understanding of the diversity of livestock management systems in APEC member economies, the greenhouse gas emissions and the special characteristics of those systems.  A key goal of the workshop is to identify opportunities for future collaboration and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies.

Relevance

Greenhouse gas emission from agricultural sector of the world is around 14% of total. In the main idea, agriculture is important because it is food production for the world consumption. But green environment is also important because it has impacts on people health in every economy members of APEC.

Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand makes the action plan of climate change in agriculture sector during 2013-2016, considered to National Economic and Social Development Plan No. 11 (2012-2016) as green development and food security which operated under strategic development for product capabilities,  balanced agricultural resources effectively and sustainable. These strategies are related APEC strategy. Department of Livestock Development is the organization in ministry of agriculture and cooperatives works about livestock production in Thailand. Livestock production is very important for food security and related to climate change. The first thing that is very important to work about climate change in livestock sector is greenhouse gas inventory system. Measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems is the important part of inventory system.

Scientific Workshop on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment of APEC members is proposed to be organized by Department of Livestock Development, Thailand. This workshop will include oral presentations of APEC delegations, discussion on relevant topics, and site visits which all activities will not be affiliated to all members. The presentations can be related to these themes focusing on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems. The workshop will improve understanding of the diversity of livestock management systems in APEC member economies, the greenhouse gas emissions and the special characteristics of those systems.  A key goal of the workshop is to identify opportunities for future collaboration and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies. 

GHG emitted from the livestock sector accounts for 27.27% of all agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Thailand (ONEP, 2000). Understanding the relationship of diet to enteric methane production is essential to reduce uncertainty in GHG emission inventories and to identify viable GHG reduction strategies. The major GHG from livestock are methane, nitrous oxide, and carbondioxide.

Most enteric methane measurements for cattle have been conducted using masks and hoods           (Kelley et al. 1994; Boadi et al. 2002). Whole animal calorimetric chambers have also been adapted to measure methane emissions (Amon et al. 2001; Moss 2002). Masks, hoods and chambers allow comparison between treatments but interfere with activity of cattle. Measurements made under production situations would allow a more realistic evaluation of enteric methane. For example, barns have been equipped to estimate methane emissions (Kinsman et al. 1995; Jungbluth et al. 2001). Micrometeorlogical methods are also employed to determine methane emissions without restricting the activity of cattle (Harper et al. 1999). Now in many economies, SF6 method are also employed to determine methane emission. Methane emission measurement development is very important to set the right inventories of GHG emission from livestock.  

Objectives

1.    To establish the network and cooperation and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies. 

2.    To be a platform for exchanging, discussing and sharing experience on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems between APEC members in order to increase capability on livestock production for food security and green environment of the member officers and scientists.

Alignment

The workshop will serve the APEC action plan on food security and the Environmental Sustainability in 2015. It aims to mutually improve and apply basis information for decision makers and policy planers to increase food supply with green environment in individual economy. Also, it will be a platform to strengthen collaborations and to achieve the goal of expanding food supply and green environment capacity of APEC members.

APEC members can use resolution from workshop to build the policies related to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in livestock sector. The important thing is to develop inventories of greenhouse gas emissions. Which suitable measurement of greenhouse gas emissions is required. APEC members should exchange experiences on measuring greenhouse gas emissions, and set planning together to develop sustainable livestock production for green environment.

TILF/ASF Justification

With the increased importance now attached to enteric methane emissions from ruminants, due its global  warming potential, there has been and will continue to be improvements in our understanding of methanogenesis and abatement options. The methane output from different feeds and animals has been extensively measured, predicted and tested but a robust empirical prediction of enteric methane emissions that can be applied to any ruminant production system is still to be developed. This is partly due to the need for the effect of feeding level to be better defined. The important variables for predicting enteric methane output are the contents of fermentable carbohydrate, fibre, fat, digestible energy and intake level of a diet. Low enteric methane losses per unit DM appear possible by mechanisms that promote the passage of organic matter to post-rumen digestion and reduce rumen fermentation by high intakes of digestible feed and addition of fats, whilst also reducing emissions per unit product.

The conditions under which animals are managed vary greatly by economy, methane emissions reduction strategies must be tailored to economy-specific circumstances. Strategies that are cost effective, improve productivity, and have limited potential negative effects on livestock production hold a greater chance of being adopted by producers. It is also important to evaluate methane mitigation strategies in terms of the total GHG budget and to consider the economics of various strategies. Although reductions in GHG emissions from livestock industries are seen as high priorities, strategies for reducing emissions should not reduce the economic viability of enterprises.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Project outputs: This project is expected to hold Scientific Workshop on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment of APEC members in one year. The workshop will concentrate on identifying key issues, sharing best practices and successful stories from both public and private sectors, and deliberating on policy recommendations and action plans. In addition, since this project will be closely executed and overseen by the economy members, they set action plan and research guideline of measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment. Moreover, this project will also hold workshops with special emphasis on capacity-building. In principle, the focus of workshop measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment.  

Furthermore, this project is designed to generate specific and tangible policy recommendations and follow-up action plans for APEC members. Additionally, this project aims to produce a report document which details the current status and crucial issues of measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment in the APEC region and summarizes the conclusions and policy suggestions as well as the examples of best practices from both public and private sectors. Moreover, this project intends to develop a consolidated methodology of measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment of each member. 

The direct project participants in this project will come from a wide range of members, including related government officials and policymakers from public sector, farmers, and other relevant stakeholders along the entire livestock production from private sector, specialists and scholars in climate change in livestock sector research institutes and centers, relevant environmental protection and consumerism NGOs, related regional and international organizations (e.g., FAO), etc. These direct project participants not only can make meaningful contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector, but can also benefit enormously through collective experience-sharing, best practice-learning, and deliberation-inspiring. Participants from both developed and developing economies can benefit from the outputs of the project. While the former has chances to disseminate its cutting-edge technologies and managerial know-how to other economies, the latter can learn the latest knowledge and adopt effective measures to decrease greenhouse gas emission in livestock sector. 

On the other hand, users of the outputs in this project include government officials, relevant stakeholders along the livestock production chain in private sector, scholars and experts in the field of climate change in livestock sector, relevant NGOs, and regional and international organizations. The outputs generated from this project will benefit government officials to establish sound and effective policies in reducing climate change in livestock sector. Similarly, the sharing of best practices and dissemination of advanced technologies, know-how, and skills through workshop programs will help relevant stakeholders in the entire climate change in livestock sector to reinforce their capacity building in terms of addressing measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment.  Likewise, the project also facilitates NGOs’ efforts in promoting the ideas of environmental protection, livestock production, encouraging mitigation co benefit from livestock sector, etc. Related research institutes and scholars will benefit from valuable data and workable solutions produced from this project. Regional and international organizations can similarly gain from the outputs of workshop, policy suggestions, and action plans generated in this project as reference to further revise and refine their policy directions for facilitating food security and green environment.

Finally, this project will provide an excellent platform for member economies to network and share experience, views, best practices, and policy solutions on matters relating climate change in livestock sector,  which can effectively cut short the learning curve and achieve better performances and results in lowering greenhouse gas emission in livestock sector.

Dissemination

1.  The workshop report and all documents will be published and distributed to each APEC members as electronic publication.

2.  The workshop report and all documents will be put in homepage Department of Livestock Development.

3.  The target audiences are researchers, lecturers, students, scientists, technicians, and policy makers.

Gender

This project will ensure no existence of gender-biases during the design and implementation of the project. In terms of women’s overall participation, this project will be abided by the principle of equal opportunity for men and women, based on their expertise, not on their gender, for being qualified speakers, trainers, and participants. Hence, both groups will have equal chances of sharing their opinions, experiences, and make their respective contributions to the common goals of measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment.  Moreover, women will enjoy equal treatments as men to share relevant knowledge, information, resources, and workshop in terms of capacity-building process.

In addition, given the important role women played in the entire climate change in livestock sector, this project aims to highlight the crucial role of female in measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment and to embed women’s perspectives in related topics as appropriate. Female-experts will also be involved as the members, implementers, and trainers in training workshops as proposed in this project. It will be attempted to achieve at least 40 percent of women participation in the project activities.  

Regarding the project implementation, women will be involved in all stages of the project, from planning the agenda-setting, carrying out various activities, to relevant report-writing, in all tasks to be taken, particularly, in the decision-making process.

Work Plan

Month/Year

Activities

Risk and

Prevention

January 2014 – December 2015

-  Formation of workshop steering committee, including administration and scientific aspects.

-  Place and administration arrangement

Relevant organizations:

- Department of Livestock Development,  Thailand

- Other relevant organizations within MOA

- Academic institutes

 - International experts on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in  livestock systems

Project launching delay.

The tentative workshop executor will study all administration matters ahead of time and also contact all stakeholders unofficially.

January 2014

-  Distribution of invitation to all expected participants.

-  Accommodations and flights arrangement

Relevant organizations:

- Department of Livestock Development,  Thailand

- APEC members 

Delay invitation delivery or delivery to wrong organizations.

The workshop executor must ensure which organisations in each APEC economy is working on this matters.

June 2014

-  Workshop holding to present, exchange and discuss the knowledge, technology and experience on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems : building capability to meet the challenge of APEC members

-  Establish the cooperation network from the workshop

Relevant organizations:

- All APEC member delegates

- Department of Livestock Development,  Thailand

- Other relevant organizations within Thai government

The unsuccessful workshop due to weak participation of APEC members/weak scientific presentations/ weak interest of participants.

The workshop executor will convince the APEC economies to select prominently relevant delegates which have worked on these issues. The participants must currently work and expect to continue working on this issue.

October 2014

- Workshop proceedings distribution

In-charge organization:

- Department of Livestock Development,  Thailand

Communication: At the end of the workshop, workshop data in CD-ROM or DVD format will be disseminated to all participants and related public and private sectors internationally. Not only physical dissemination, but also it will be electronically uploaded onto the workshop website. Under the workshop executor’s consideration, the data will include presentations, discussion summaries and all note speech. It will require about 200 CDs or DVDs. On the website, people, who interests on the workshop, can find all data online and also get in touch with to contact persons. Target audience would be mostly agriculture-related officials (preferable senior officials) and experts who are familiar with the issues of concern. Furthermore, others can access all data from the workshop online. Press release will be prepared on key summaries and cooperation of the workshop. All the materials for dissemination will meet the requirements of the APEC publication Guidelines and copyrights.

Risks

1.  Project launching delay: The tentative workshop executor will study all administration matters ahead of time and also contact all stakeholders unofficially.

2.  Delay invitation delivery or delivery to wrong organizations: The workshop executor must ensure which organisations in each APEC economy is working on this matters.

3.  The unsuccessful workshop due to weak participation of APEC members/weak scientific presentations/ weak interest of participants: The workshop executor will convince the APEC economies to select prominently relevant delegates which have worked on these issues. The participants must currently work and expect to continue working on this issue.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring: In order to ensure the progress of the project meeting its targets, the organizing committee of the project will propose a work plan in the beginning of the project for the FPN’s examination. After the FPN’s approval, the organizing committee will be responsible for implementation. At the end of project, the organizing committee will conduct a report and submit to the FPN for review and for checking whether the project is on track and meets the targets. In addition, for maintaining the relevance of the project to APEC and fora priorities, this project aims to regularly collect comments and suggestions from all APEC economies, relevant APEC fora, and stakeholders, on a quarterly basis, for the FPN’s reference. Moreover, this project will timely circulate relevant outputs and report among relevant stakeholders, APEC economies, and APEC fora for their deliberation. Besides, this project will form a monitoring committee for project monitoring and assessment. The members of this monitoring committee will come from some members of FPN to track the progress of the project.  The monitoring committee is responsible for offering suggestions for updating the project design and activities as it is appropriate.

Evaluation: As indicated, work plans proposed by the organizing committee will clearly specify and list timeline, activities, working items, budgets, and anticipated outputs and results for the FPN’s monitoring. Since all progress will be transformed into quantitative output indicators (e.g. number of participants, amount of delivered information on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment,  it is convenient for the FPN to conduct evaluation to see whether this project has met its expected goals and achieved satisfactory performance. For keeping the neutrality of evaluation, an evaluation committee, composed of members from ATCWG and PPFS, will also be formed to evaluate and examine the final outcomes of the project and appraise whether the project meets its objectives. The expected outcomes include the numbers of best practices and practical solutions to enhancing capacity-building on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment being utilized in APEC economies, the formation of the methodology of APEC measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment assessment being accepted and adopted to measure mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment  in the APEC region. These quantitative outcome criteria can be continuously applied even after the completion of the project. 

Monitoring and evaluation information: This project will collect the following information for monitoring evaluation information.

·  Stakeholder’s feedback in private sector of climate change in livestock sector; 

·  Comments from officials of APEC economies and related APEC fora;

·  Workshop’s participants’ suggestions;

·  Examples of successful stories and best practices in measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment;

·  Experts’ in-depth analysis, technological knowledge, managerial know-how, etc., on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment; and

·  Report on measurable progress of achievable targets in measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment in each APEC economy. 

The above information is expected to be collected via various forms of communications, which include formal and informal meetings, survey questionnaires after the seminars/workshops, expert interviews, and progress reports of each economy, etc. All above information will be served as valuable reference for the FPN to set a milestone and checkpoints to ensure the project implementation targets.

Linkages

This project will have a close collaboration with various APEC fora, mainly including ATCWG, PPFS, and ABAC. These fora will be involved in every stage of the project planning and implementation. First, the project proposal will be fully circulated in these fora and will take their comments and suggestions into account. Second, the members of FPN will come from or be recommended by these fora. These fora will participate in the project implementation from initial design to final policy recommendations, by timely providing directions and feedback to the project. Third, the members of these fora will be invited to participate in all activities of this project, including as trainers in workshops.       

All of these fora will share significant benefits from this project. First, this project aims to make constructive contribution to achieving the goals of ATCWG, specifically regarding its objectives of establishing the network and cooperation and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies and being a platform for exchanging, discussing and sharing experience on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems between APEC members in order to increase capability on livestock production for food security and green environment of the member officers and scientists through agricultural technical cooperation between APEC members, and responding to food security challenges, charged by APEC Leaders. Through introducing advanced technologies and better livestock production, this project will effectively reduce greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector in the APEC region, so as to contribute to food security in the APEC region.

Non-APEC stakeholders: What role will external stakeholders play in the planning and implementation of the project? How will they share in the benefits?

Non-APEC stakeholders from both public and private sectors, such as FAO, ILRI, GRA, CP, Betagro, etc. will be involved in the formation and participation of workshops programs in accordance with APEC’s non-member participation guidelines. Private sectors, such as CP, will be invited to share their successful stories in reduction of greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector. Relevant research institutes or centers, such as International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), can help to recommend experts/trainers, share information, and offer timely suggestions.

Previous work: How does this project build on, rather than duplicate, previous or ongoing initiatives in APEC or other organizations?

This project builds on the findings of previous projects and further explores the new frontier for more new and necessary technologies. Distinguished from the preceding projects concentrating on the application of new technologies to decrease greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector, the said project expands the focus on greenhouse gas measurement and mitigation.  The project aims to make constructive contribution to achieving the goals of ATCWG, specifically regarding its objectives of establishing the network and cooperation and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies and being a platform for exchanging, discussing and sharing experience on measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems between APEC members in order to increase capability on livestock production for food security and green environment of the member officers and scientists through agricultural technical cooperation between APEC members, and responding to food security challenges, charged by APEC Leaders.

APEC’s comparative advantage: Why is APEC the best sources of fund for this project?

As outlined above, APEC is the best and most appropriate source for funding this project, since this project is meticulously designed to support APEC’s priorities. Specifically, this project is to:

-  Directly support the APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy, particularly with regard to sustainable growth and secure growth on food security and green environment;

-  Emphasize capacity-building activities for developing APEC economies on reducing greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector;

-  Promote wide-spectrum cooperation between APEC fora and APEC economies;

-  Reinforce the principle of public-private partnership by intensively collaborating with private sector; and

-  Contribute to climate change in livestock sector connectivity, food trade, and agricultural investment facilitation, so as to achieve the ultimate goal of sustainable APEC food system by 2020.

Sustainability

Given that this project is expected to make substantial contribution to food security and green environment, which is the key to achieving the goals of APEC Growth Strategies, priorities and important tasks of APEC fora, the project is expected to have profound and long-term impact on related APEC fora and APEC as a whole, even after the completion of the project. Specifically, ATCWG, PPFS,  are most likely to continuously carry out possible sustainability initiatives, since their involvements in this project are vital to the success of the project.

·  Stakeholders and beneficiaries are expected to continuously carry forward the results and lessons from the project after its completion, since this project aims to construct a sustainable methodology of measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment for all APEC economies, which will help relevant stakeholders and beneficiaries to continue to reduce greenhouse gas emission from livestock sector.  In addition, this project intends to collect all best practices and successful stories from both public and private sectors, which are valuable reference for all stakeholders and beneficiaries in APEC economies to continue their capacity-building for measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment in the long run.

·  Next steps in the future: Given that the crucial outcomes of the project are expected to generate the consolidated methodology of APEC measurement and mitigation of greenhouse gases in livestock systems for green production and environment assessment and the compilation of best practices and the outputs of capacity-building, the possible next steps in the future are likely to continue to follow-up, utilize and facilitate the above outputs and to maximize benefits of these results. In light of the importance of food security and green environment in APEC’s agenda, these future actions are likely taken place being facilitated by related APEC fora, such as ATCWG and PPFS.

Project Overseers

Name:  Dr. Kalaya Boonyanuwat
Title:  Animal Husbandry Technical officer, Senior Professional Level
Organization:  Bureau of Animal Husbandry and Genetic improvement, Department of Livestock Development (DLD), Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives

Postal address:  69/1 Phayathai Rd., Ratchathevi, Bangkok 10400
Tel:  02 – 6534444 ext. 3213
E-mail:  kalayabo@yahoo.com  

Work responsibility :

-        Biodiversity

-        Animal genetic resources

-        Animal genetic and breeding

-        Climate change in livestock sector

Cost Efficiency

One of the priorities for climate change in livestock production is to build officials’ capacity to mitigation co-benefit such as measure and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from livestock systems. A series of technical workshops to identify opportunities for capability building and increasing scientific expertise are an important part of this work area. The workshop in this series is for the APEC member economies. This workshop will include oral presentations of APEC delegations, discussion on relevant topics, and site visits which all activities will not be affiliated to all members. It is proposed to be organized by DLD, Thailand.

The workshop will improve understanding of the diversity of livestock management systems in APEC member economies, the greenhouse gas emissions and the special characteristics of those systems.  A key goal of the workshop is to identify opportunities for future collaboration and coordinated capacity building activities in livestock mitigation research across member economies.

The participants are delegates from APEC members and relevant that focus on climate change in livestock sector. The lecturers are experts about GHG measurement and mitigation from renown and popularity organization (FAO, GRA, ILRI, ect).   

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