Food and Climate: Are Fundamental Changes in Agriculture Needed?
GlobalMeatNews, Wednesday 7 November 2012

New analysis from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)'s Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) programme has warned that emissions from agriculture are higher than first thought. CCAFS has been examining the role between food production and agriculture, and found that feeding the world produces up to 17,000 megatonnes (mt) of CO2 each year. It says there needs to be some fundamental changes in the way that crops are grown and livestock is produced if the world is to avoid climate disaster.

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