Have thoughts on the challenges and opportunities for greenhouse gas emissions in Canada’s agriculture industry?
A team of researchers based out of the University of Calgary’s Simpson Centre is looking for input as part of a project funded by the Government of Alberta to explore options for greenhouse gas mitigation in the agricultural sector.
The proposed interview will take around one hour to complete, and participation is completely voluntary.
According to the team, the purpose of the interviews is to “improve understanding and feasibility on the current GHG emission reduction practices and attitudes towards adopting further reduction and mitigation practices within Alberta.”
The interviews will help inform two written reports, two papers, and research publications. The work, according to the Centre, will identify “key themes within each sector, overlapping themes within and between interviews and participants, and highlighting challenges and opportunities.”
Participants can sign up to receive a summary of the results.
This research is funded by the Government of Alberta, as part of the Simpson Centre’s Carbon Program. Data collected from interviews will be anonymized and kept exclusively for internal use by the research team at the Simpson Centre.
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