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The Role of OA in Mitigating Climate Change - Download 10.00 EUR

IFOAM/Bonn
2004
languages: English

64 pp There is dramatic evidence that various Greenhouse Gases are responsible for Global Warming and climate change. This study discusses the potential of Organic Agriculture both to avoid and to sequester Greenhouse Gases (GHG), and makes comparisons with conventional agriculture. The second part describes how Organic Agriculture can be considered within the implementation mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol.

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