The main areas it covers are:
- Productivity improvements that reduce emission intensities
- Carbon sequestration through improved pasture management
- Better livestock integration in the circular bioeconomy (i.e. increasing the share of by-products or waste that humans cannot eat in the livestock feed ration or by recycling and recovering nutrients and energy from animal waste)
Note that the briefing also makes the point (somewhat unusually for the FAO) that “Emissions could also be reduced by targeting the demand for meat and other livestock products where consumption is too high".