Agriculture is a victim of climate change. But it’s also a cause.
One-quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions come from agricultural practices. With the population growing and demand for food increasing, greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture are only going to get worse.
To achieve a carbon footprint reduction, the agricultural industry has an obstacle to overcome: a lack of digital collaboration. To effectively tackle global warming, agricultural companies should use modern technologies. But those are usually challenging to implement. That’s why agribusinesses have to team up with technology partners to efficiently reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Get ready for the emission-free future! Prepare by reading our whitepaper — an essential guide for agricultural companies on how to minimize agriculture emissions and become more climate-resilient and environment-friendly.
Read this guide to:
- Discover the types of agriculture GHG emissions
- Learn common ways of reducing agriculture greenhouse emissions
- Find out what tech solutions make agricultural practices less dangerous for the environment
- Learn how agricultural businesses can benefit from the use of advanced technologies