In the media Agriculture: not the main culprit, but an important link to less global warming

It is often said that working on the climate should be done by everyone. For example, reference is made to agriculture, which accounts for 10% of total Flemish greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions must be reduced, and agriculture must also adapt to the already tangible consequences of climate change. The Expertise Centre for Agriculture and Climate within the Institute for Agricultural, Fisheries and Food Research) focuses on effective climate measures for agriculture.

It is often said that working on the climate should be done by everyone. For example, reference is made to agriculture, which accounts for 10% of total Flemish greenhouse gas emissions. These must be reduced, but agriculture must also adapt.

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