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Climate Change Mitigation in Tea Processing

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1.0. Introduction

1.1. Impact of Climate Change

2.0. Climate Change and Tea

2.1. Responding to climate change: adaptation and mitigation

3.0. Emission sources and sinks

3.1. Emission Sources

3.2. Emission Sinks

4.0. Tea Processing

4.1. Energy indices in tea processing

5.0. Emissions mitigation in the tea sector

5.1. Benefits of emissions mitigation in the tea sector

5.2. Emissions mitigation and the SAN climate module

6.0. Mitigation options for tea factory emissions

7.0. Reducing energy consumption: mitigation options

7.1. Reducing electricity consumption

7.2. Reducing fuel wood consumption

7.3. Reducing diesel consumption

8.0. Reducing the impact of energy consumption: mitigation options

8.1. Sustainable fuel wood sourcing

8.2. Alternative electricity sources

9.0. Conducting carbon footprint assessment

9.1. Corporate social responsibility (CSR)

9.2. To support emissions reductions

9.3. Reductions costs

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