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Adapting agricultural methods might cut greenhouse gas emissions: World Bank

  • According to a World Bank analysis, changing the food production process might cut greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Nearly a third of the world’s emissions come from the agri-food sector.
  • Rich nations ought to offer technical support and reroute subsidies away from foods with high emissions.

According to a World Bank analysis, changing the food production process might cut greenhouse gas emissions by a significant amount by the end of the decade.

Nearly a third of the world’s emissions come from the agri-food sector, which is mostly based in middle-income nations—seven of the top ten emitters of greenhouse gases are from these nations.

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According to the research, middle-income nations could switch to livestock operations with lower emissions and employ more sustainably managed land for food production.

It is possible to reduce a third of agrifood emissions by 2030. Countries ought to think about reducing unnecessary agricultural subsidies to finance this change. Rich nations, like the US, ought to offer technical support and reroute subsidies away from foods with high emissions.

High-income nations currently need to replace their high-emission infrastructure, so low-income nations should refrain from doing so. The research recommends that nations increase their financial resources to address the issue and switch to less-emitting practices to safeguard the environment.

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