Organic agriculture and climate change

External Data Spec Published 30 Jun 2015
Global climate change is considered one of the most urgent environmental problems. The main negative impact on climate change is the emission of greenhouse gases (CO2, CH4, N2O), which is directly or indirectly due to the burning of non-renewable resources (carbon bound in mineral oil or coal). Tropical rainforests hold the biggest living biomass on very delicate soils that may lose their fertility completely when clear cutting is performed as in recent decades.
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