Green Economies Impact with Methane Reduction in livestock production systems on Latin America

The study assumed the order measure the level green economies productivity livestock (dairy and beef) in Latin America where emissions of methane (CH4) from enteric fermentation are considered. To make these measurements we used the IPCC Tier 1 method for determining emissions of CH4 and measuring its impact on productivity approach was used for data analysis enclosures (DEA), estimating Malmquist indices. The results show that Ecuador stands with a total factor productivity with a growth rate of 10% during the period 1980-2009, and that this growth was mainly due to technological change represented a 4% rate growth of livestock production where technology involves practices to reduce methane, by the efficiency of labor (farming) of 0.05% assessed deteriorates. In this sense, we find that Costa Rica, Paraguay, Uruguay, Colombia and Guatemala were highlighted with a 7 and 5% in their growth rates to achieve a green economy livestock.


Variant title:
Impacto de la reducción de Metano en las Economías Verde de los sistemas de producción pecuaria de América Latina
Editor(s):
CICAEA
Issue Date:
Sep 11 2012
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/133189
Page range:
4-24
Total Pages:
24
JEL Codes:
O13; O47; Q51
Note:
Working papers series # 7
Series Statement:
Working papers series
7




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