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Farming Our Way Out of the Climate Crisis

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When we think of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, we usually envision power plants, factories, cars, and smokestacks — not farms and ranches. But it turns out that agriculture and land use, as well as the larger global food system, are among the biggest contributors to climate change. And, as a result, changing these systems, can be an important source of climate solutions

But how can this be? Isn’t climate change caused by burning fossil fuels, that release carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere?

There’s more to it than that.

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