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Agricultures role in mitigating climate change is often underestimated. Agriculture and forestry could actually be a key to reducing greenhouse gases

Agricultures role in mitigating climate change is often underestimated. Agriculture and forestry could actually be a key to reducing greenhouse gases

Deforestation AND forest degradation are responsible for about 20% of global emissions.   	© Jose Llopis / WWF

Deforestation AND forest degradation are responsible for about 20% of global emissions. © Jose Llopis / WWF

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Africa - The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Africa - The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Asia: The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Asia: The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled.

Climate Change Costs and Predicting the Price | The Energy Collective  --  Pie chart that shows different sectors. 26 percent is from energy supply; 13 percent is from transport; 8 percent is from residential and commercial buildings; 19 percent is from industry; 14 percent is from agriculture; 17 percent is from forestry; and 3 percent is from waste and wastewater.

Climate Change Costs and Predicting the Price | The Energy Collective -- Pie chart that shows different sectors. 26 percent is from energy supply; 13 percent is from transport; 8 percent is from residential and commercial buildings; 19 percent is from industry; 14 percent is from agriculture; 17 percent is from forestry; and 3 percent is from waste and wastewater.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Latin America & the Caribbean #infographic #climate #GHG

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use in Latin America & the Caribbean #infographic #climate #GHG

ORGANIZATION RESEARCHED WITH PARTER http://www.climatechange.ca.gov/ "Climate change is expected to have significant, widespread impacts on California's economy and environment. California's unique and valuable natural treasures - hundreds of miles of coastline, high value forestry and agriculture, snow-melt fed fresh water supply, vast snow and water fueled recreational opportunity"

ORGANIZATION RESEARCHED WITH PARTER http://www.climatechange.ca.gov/ "Climate change is expected to have significant, widespread impacts on California's economy and environment. California's unique and valuable natural treasures - hundreds of miles of coastline, high value forestry and agriculture, snow-melt fed fresh water supply, vast snow and water fueled recreational opportunity"

Agriculture's greenhouse gases continue to rise. The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled. Updated annually, it provides a global point of reference on emissions and mitigation opportunities in the sector. Emissions are measured in CO2 equivalent (CO2 eq) – a metric used to compare different greenhouse gases.

Agriculture's greenhouse gases continue to rise. The new FAOSTAT emissions database represents the most comprehensive knowledge base on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions ever assembled. Updated annually, it provides a global point of reference on emissions and mitigation opportunities in the sector. Emissions are measured in CO2 equivalent (CO2 eq) – a metric used to compare different greenhouse gases.

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