Daniel Korir is a PhD researcher at the International Livestock Research Institute and registered as a student at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Daniel’s research area is on quantification of greenhouse gas emissions from East African livestock production systems and identification of suitable mitigation options for these systems. He is in the final year of his studies and is looking forward to building a career as a greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation scientist. Prior to his PhD studies, Daniel worked as a technical officer at Mazingira Centre (https://mazingira.ilri.org/) where he was supporting research activities on enteric methane measurements from Ruminants. Daniel has authored and co-authored several peer reviewed publications on greenhouse gas emissions from cattle and their manure in East Africa. He is an MSc. (Livestock production systems) and Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine graduate, both from the University of Nairobi.