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5 ways we can reduce food emissions to keep global temperatures down

Ignoring food emissions is simply not an option if we want to get close to our international climate targets.

Hannah Ritchie

Researcher, Our World in Data

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To have a 67% chance of staying below 2C we could emit only 49 billion tonnes of CO2 from all food sectors. Image: Our World in Data

Under a business-as-usual scenario, food production will emit 1356 billion tonnes of emissions. Image: Our World in Data

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