WELCOME TO AGRI-I
The Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Initiative for Ireland (AGRI-I) is a consortium of researchers, students and professionals working collaboratively to develop verified strategies to decrease greenhouse gas emissions from Irish agriculture. AGRI-I was launched in January 2012 and is funded by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.
AGRI-I aims to align research activities and provide added value to agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) monitoring and mitigation in Ireland. This consortium brings together expertise in GHG measurement and modelling, spatial analysis, policy development and economics from across the island of Ireland, north and south. Our research focuses on strategies to reduce sources of GHGs from livestock and agricultural land, to enhance carbon sinks as well as land use and management approaches to minimise the GHG footprint of food production.