Fertiliser industry vows to feed one ‘extra Germany’ per year

By |november 21st, 2018|ammonia, ammonia emissions, fertilisers, News|

The EU fertilisers industry published its 2030 vision on Wednesday (21 November), stressing the need to optimise fertiliser use across Europe and improve production in order to adjust to the principles of the circular economy and feed a growing world p...

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Smart agriculture can help cut ammonia emissions from agriculture, experts say

By |maj 23rd, 2018|Air Pollution, ammonia emissions, Climate Change, News|

By using the right technology and agricultural practices, the agricultural sector will be able to reduce its carbon footprint and harmful ammonia emissions, experts said at a EURACTIV panel discussion on 16 May.

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Customised nitrogen fertilisation saves money and the environment, Yara says

By |april 27th, 2018|ammonia, ammonia emissions, fertilisers, News, Yara|

Referring to a case study in France, Norwegian multinational fertiliser and crop nutrition company Yara says that nitrogen fertiliser efficiency generates additional income for farmers and reduces ammonia’s climate and environmental impacts.

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Hogan: New technologies ‘very important’ to reduce agricultural emissions

By |april 26th, 2018|ammonia, ammonia emissions, CEMA, Copa-Cogeca, fertilisers, manure, News, organic manure, Pekka Pesonen, Phil Hogan|

Agriculture has to modernise to take account of the new technologies that are coming on the market as this is a “win-win situation” both financially and environmentally, EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan told EURACTIV.com. According to the EU agricultural outlook...

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Fertilisers Europe chief: No need for ‘rocket-science’ to reduce ammonia emissions

By |april 25th, 2018|Air Pollution, ammonia, ammonia emissions, common agricultural policy, News|

No rocket science, or even innovation, is needed to reduce ammonia emissions from fertilisers, the European fertiliser industry boss Jacob Hansen told EURACTIV.com in an interview. As an example, he pointed to the use of nitrate fertilisers instead of ...

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Vella: Ammonia emissions is an ‘enormous’ problem that needs to be tackled

By |april 24th, 2018|Air Pollution, ammonia, ammonia emissions, fertilisers, livestock, News|

In order to fight air pollution, an integrated approach is needed, according to Karmenu Vella, the EU Commissioner in charge of environment, maritime affairs and fisheries.

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Tackling ammonia emissions from agriculture

By |april 24th, 2018|ammonia, ammonia emissions, fertilisers, News|

Agriculture generates around 94% of all ammonia emissions in the EU, the vast majority of which comes from livestock excreta. Greenpeace estimates the livestock share at almost 80%, while mineral fertiliser application accounts for approximately 20%.

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