A long, dry season of COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa? The environmental impacts of the pandemic in the livestock sector in Northern Kenya

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Livestock are primary source of GHG emissions from agriculture in Africa, but impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on emissions have not been studied.

Scientists from the Mazingira Centre at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) have been looking at how government restrictions on human and animal movement within Kenya and across international borders, as well as associated socio-economic impacts, may impact GHG emissions from livestock. This poster demonstrates the process and tools they are using.

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