Following the recent USRSB conference in Kansas City, the group released its summary of metrics and indicators for sustainable production up and down the beef value chain. The process has focused on six high-priority indicators, with metrics for measurement tailored to each production sector, such as cow-calf, auction markets, feeders, packers and retailers. The six indicators are: The metrics for each indicator tend to focus on efforts toward improvement, rather than specific numeric goals, especially those for the producer segments. For cow-calf producers for example, under “Water resources,” the report asks whether a grazing management plan (or equivalent) that maintains or improves water resources is implemented. For “animal health and well-being it asks whether Beef Quality Assurance or similar program principles are incorporated into management of the farm or ranch. For the packer/processor and retailer/foodservice sectors, the metrics are somewhat more detailed, each with three levels of compliance reflecting a scale of commitment to goals and documentation of results. For 2018, USRSB has listed a goal for developing Sustainability Assessment Guides directly tied to each metric and high-priority indicator. These guiding documents intend to assist sustainability efforts by providing site-level assessment tools, decision support systems, resources and materials. Once those guides are complete, the USRSB will solicit public comment on its entire program inclusive of the high priority indicators, metrics and sustainability assessment guides.https://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNGsCL8_8MWmji_lKnEdOOIGt78cbg&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cid=52779684543856&ei=3CMUWpDiI9613AHR55uICg&url=https://www.bovinevetonline.com/article/measuring-sustainable-beef-production
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can make sure climate money goes where it will do the most good. How the U.N. can make sure climate money goes where it will do the most good. The entrance to Kuala Lumpur's smart tunnel. The necessity of cutting greenhouse gas emissions is at the heart of the Paris climate agreement , and, without that, nothing else may matter, scientists tell us, warning of spiraling climate catastrophes like droughts , killer heat waves , and megastorms that could wreck even advanced societies. But as the world struggles to avoid going over the brink, it must also pay attention to climate justice and climate finance , secondary pillars of the agreement, and of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change , ever since the 1992 Rio Earth Summit , which codifies the idea that developed countries historically responsible for most of the globe's heat-trapping pollution will pay to help developing countries deal with adaptation and equitable mitigation . The Paris commitment of $100 billion per year by 2020 might sound like a lot, but the full cost of climate change is nearly incalculable. Every dollar counts, so it's vitally important to track the money that is flowing through climate finance channels, according to climate watchdog groups at the current round of talks at COP23 in Bonn. Integrity and accountability are essential for fairly disbursing the tens of millions of dollars flowing through a complex web of finance channels, including five separate UNFCCC funds , says Brice Böhmer, climate program director at Transparency International , a global anti-corruption coalition that tries to identify cases of climate finance fraud—and to develop best practices to avoid it.https://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNGufDe_xGgoqiKCvcziXHOfLzcFXw&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cid=52779673469013&ei=wSMUWqDpEdHL3QGwz4joBg&url=https://psmag.com/environment/combating-fraud-in-climate-finance