Empirically, agricultural activities account for one third of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the lion’s share of which comes from industrial agriculture. But farmers are also among the first to feel the impacts of climate change, as harvests fail due to increasingly extreme weather. This presupposes agriculture is both culprit and victim of climate change. We need to urgently change the way we produce and consume food if we are to nourish the world’s growing population while respecting nature.
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