Farming technologies could slash emissions by a fifth
Global emissions from agriculture, forestry and land-use change could be slashed by a fifth via 25 proven farming efficiency technologies, suggests a report by McKinsey & Company, Agriculture and Climate Change: Reducing emissions through improved farming practices.The influential consultancy firm said that other sectors have successfully identified technologies to dramatically cut their emissions, but these options aren't necessarily suitable for agriculture. T
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