Climate change mitigation and adaptation in agriculture agriculture is a key sector when addressing climate change and its consequences and managing a just transition to a carbon neutral economy as set out in the european green deal. Climate change mitigation and agriculture includes chapters about experiences in developed countries such as canada and australia where these efforts also have lessons for mitigation options for smallholders in poorer nations as well as industrialising countries such as brazil and china a wide range of agroecological zones and of aspects or types of farming including livestock crops . A number of mitigation actions inform farm management practices improve productivity and increase the sectors resilience to a changing climate in relation to climate change mitigation the department is supporting land managers to participate in the emissions reduction fund while assisting australia in achieving its long term emissions reduction targets. Agriculture and forestry are responsible for quiet big emissions of greenhouse gases co2 ch4 and n2o and have significant potential to reduce these emissions mainly through enhancement of co2 absorption by terrestrial ecosystems to evaluate the impact of agriculture on climate change ruminant farming should be also taken into account
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