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Agrifood sector must invest $205bn a year to halve global emissions

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The research argues that the financial consequences of tackling agricultural emissions often fall disproportionately on farmers, potentially leaving them facing insolvency (Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg)

Agricultural emissions must fall by almost a third by 2030 to align with the Paris Agreement

The food and agriculture sector will need to spend approximately $205bn annually until 2030 if it is to mitigate half of its greenhouse gas emissions, shows research published by the

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