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Nature Reviews Earth & Environment| Nature Reviews Earth & Environment
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Nature Reviews Earth & Environment| Nature Reviews Earth & Environment

More than 25% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are from agriculture and related sectors like forestry and land-use changes. The agricultural sector must take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if it is to achieve the Paris Agreement’s global goal of limiting warming to 1.52.0 C. Without additional investments from the private sector, domestic budgets, and global funders, low-emission agriculture development won’t be possible. Because there are not enough business cases to prove their economic potential, greenhouse gas mitigation investments for agricultural are often low-priority.

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