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Eco-competitive Livestock sector
Capacity building support Unknown  +
Contact name Giovanna Valverde, Director of InternationGiovanna Valverde, Director of International Affairs e-mail: gvalverde@mag.go.cr Telephone: (++506) 2232-1949; 2231-6338 Website: http://www.mag.go.cr United nations Development Program in Costa Rica contact Person: Damiano Borgogno e-mail: damiano.borgogno@undp.org Telephone: (++506) 2296-1544, ext. 2112 Website: www.pnud.or.cr96-1544, ext. 2112 Website: www.pnud.or.cr
Country name Costa Rica  +
Description of activities The Livestock Farms NAMA proposed incorporThe Livestock Farms NAMA proposed incorporates within its scope beef, dairy and double purpose livestock activities in farms, within the entirety of the national territory dedicated to this economic activity. The NAMA has the goal to implement mitigation measures in 80% of applicable farms nationally in a fifteen-year period through two stages: 1. Pilot phase (until 2021) - implementation of measures in 10% (approx 4000) of farms. 2. Second stage (until 2028) - Up-scaled implementation of measures to 80% of farms, adoption of MRV system, and strengthening of capacities. Measures: > Improved fertilization plans > Rotational grazing / live fences: separating the pasture area to allow for rotating the herds to the next space at least every two or three days allows the pastures to grow healthier, and the soils to capture more carbon. Additionally, the separation of the areas will be done with live fences, which consist of live trees used as the pillars for wired fences, allowing for the fences themselves to be a source of carbon capture. > Improvement of pastures: By improving the pasture species, not only will more carbon be captured by the pastures themselves and the soils as their roots are bigger, but also the diets of the herds are improved. These improved diets in turn reduce enteric fermentation, increase productivity and increase reproduction rates. success of improved pastures increases when accompanied by rotational grazing. > Silvopastoral systems: These involve the planting of trees within the pasture areas to provide shadow for the herds and in turn, capture carbon. They also imply a growth of forested areas and arborization (forest plantations, fruit trees, etc.) within the farms. > Other feasible and relevant measures such as Manure Management and Genetics, as well as wider supply chain activities including distribution, slaughterhouses and others, are being included within the Livestock LcDs and their inclusion within this nAMA framework is being analysed for initial or future stageseing analysed for initial or future stages
End of implementation 26 March 2028  +
Financial support Unknown  +
Financing status Not known  +
Highlight No
Last edited 13 March 2015 15:37:22  +
Mitigative capacity value Implementation of the full list of measures, in approximately 80% of livestock farms is forecast to mitigate 12.9 MtCO2 during a fifteen year period. +
Objective A more eco-competitive livestock sector through low emission and transformational production practices
Organizations providing technical support United nations Development Program in costa rica
Proponent Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG)
Scope of action Not known  +
Sector name Agriculture  +
Source of financing Not known  +
Stage Under development  +
Start of implementation 26 March 2013  +
Start of initiative 26 March 2013  +
Technology transfer support Unknown  +
Title Eco-competitive Livestock sector
Total emission reductions 12.9  +
Type of NAMA Supported (with unilateral elements)  +
Type of action Not known  +
Type of financing Not known  +
UNFCCC registry submission true  +
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