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Climate-smart agriculture needs tech boost

Soyabean harvesting US agriculture
Expanding ‘climate-smart’ agricultural processes can help to reduce emissions in US farming practices (Photo: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

A Stanford Law School report commissioned by the Bezos Earth Fund proposes alternatives to agricultural data collection and inventory. The US agriculture sector is estimated to account for approximately 10 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions in the country, with “climate-smart” agricultural processes touted as a great tool to reduce ...

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