38 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
  • Agriculture's contributions to climate change
  • Climate change's impacts on agriculture
  • Mitigating climate change through sustainable agricultural practices
  • Adapting agriculture to a warming planet
  • Scaling up climate-friendly agriculture.
Publisher description: Agriculture, when done sustainably, holds an important key to mitigating climate change. The United Nations estimates that the global agricultural sector could potentially reduce and remove 80 to 88 percent of the carbon dioxide that it currently produces. By tapping into the multitude of climate-friendly farming practices that already exist, agriculture can continue to supply food for the human population, as well as income for the world's 1.3 billion farmers. Climate-friendly agriculture also can play a critical role in the global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions of climate change.
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