New Zealand Embassy Santiago, Chile

New Zealand Embassy participation in the International Seminar "Climate Change and Carbon Footprinting: Challenges for Agriculture in the South of Chile"

Mike Webb from the New Zealand Embassy in Santiago recently presented to the International Seminar "Climate Change and Carbon Footprinting: Challenges for Agriculture in the South of Chile" organised by the Chilean Agriculture Research Institute INIA.

This presentation explained the role of the Global Research Alliance on Greenhouse Gas Emissions.

More information on the conference, including all the presentations, is available from:

More information on the Global Research Alliance on Greenhouse Gas Emissions is available at www.globalresearchalliance.org.

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