His primary scientific interests are in Livestock, Greenhouse gas, Environmental planning, Food security and Agricultural science. Livestock is closely attributed to Natural resource in his study. His Greenhouse gas research incorporates themes from Life-cycle assessment, Resource, Climate change and Environmental protection.
His Environmental planning study often links to related topics such as Water scarcity. In his research, Land use is intimately related to Fodder, which falls under the overarching field of Food security. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental degradation, Environmental impact assessment and Water resources in addition to Agriculture.
Pierre J. Gerber mostly deals with Livestock, Greenhouse gas, Environmental resource management, Business and Sustainability. His work deals with themes such as Agricultural economics, Natural resource economics, Food security and Land use, which intersect with Livestock. His study in Greenhouse gas is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agriculture, Climate change and Grazing.
His Agriculture research incorporates elements of Waste management, Nitrous oxide, Manure and Environmental protection. His Environmental resource management study which covers Environmental impact assessment that intersects with Biodiversity and Environmental degradation. Pierre J. Gerber combines subjects such as Global warming and Deforestation with his study of Sustainability.
Livestock, Supply chain, Greenhouse gas, Food security and Land use are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global change and Environmental protection. His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Natural resource economics, Environmental impact assessment and Environmental resource management in his study of Greenhouse gas.
His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Waste management, Environmental engineering, Nitrous oxide, Greenhouse effect and Methane. In his work, Livelihood, Fodder and Animal feed is strongly intertwined with Agricultural science, which is a subfield of Food security. He frequently studies issues relating to Sustainability and Land use.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Manure, Livestock, Land use, Sustainable development and Animal feed. His Manure research includes themes of Agriculture, Nitrous oxide, Greenhouse effect, Methane and Greenhouse gas. His Livestock study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Circular economy and Sustainable consumption, Sustainability.
His Land use study incorporates themes from Agricultural economics and Arable land. His research in Sustainable development intersects with topics in Manure management, Waste management and Environmental engineering. He interconnects Fodder, Food security and Agricultural science in the investigation of issues within Animal feed.
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Livestock's long shadow: environmental issues and options.
H. Steinfeld;P. Gerber;T. Wassenaar;V. Castel.
Livestock's long shadow: environmental issues and options. (2006)
Tackling climate change through livestock : a global assessment of emissions and mitigation opportunities
P. J. Gerber;H. Steinfeld;B. Henderson;A. Mottet.
Tackling climate change through livestock: a global assessment of emissions and mitigation opportunities. (2013)
Special topics--Mitigation of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from animal operations: I. A review of enteric methane mitigation options.
A. N. Hristov;J. Oh;J. L. Firkins;J. Dijkstra.
Journal of Animal Science (2013)
Livestock's Long Shadow
Henning Steinfeld;Pierre Gerber;T. Wassenaar;V. Castel.
Livestock, livelihoods and the environment: understanding the trade-offs
Mario T. Herrero;Philip K. Thornton;Pierre J. Gerber;Robin S. Reid.
Greenhouse gas emissions from ruminant supply chains – a global life cycle assessment
C Opio;P Gerber;A Mottet;A Falcucci.
Projecting land use changes in the Neotropics: the geography of pasture expansion into forest
T. Wassenaar;P. Gerber;P.H. Verburg;M. Rosales.
Livestock: On our plates or eating at our table? A new analysis of the feed/food debate
Anne Mottet;Cees de Haan;Alessandra Falcucci;Giuseppe Tempio.
Global Food Security (2017)
Reducing emissions from agriculture to meet the 2 °C target
Eva Wollenberg;Eva Wollenberg;Meryl Richards;Meryl Richards;Pete Smith;Petr Havlik.
Productivity gains and greenhouse gas emissions intensity in dairy systems
Pierre Gerber;Theun Vellinga;Carolyn Opio;Henning Steinfeld.
Livestock Science (2011)
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