Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture - Enteric Fermentation of Other Livestock in Ireland

Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture coming from enteric fermentation of other livestock reached 0.400 % in 2014 in Ireland, according to Eurostat. This is 20.0 % less than in the previous year.

Historically, greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture coming from enteric fermentation of other livestock in Ireland reached an all time high of 0.500 % in 2007 and an all time low of 0.300 % in 1990. When compared to Ireland's main peers, greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture coming from enteric fermentation of other livestock in France amounted to 2.10 % and 10.4 % in Iceland in 2014.

Ireland has been ranked 30th within the group of 30 countries we follow in terms of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture coming from enteric fermentation of other livestock.

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