Agriculture and Its Carbon Footprint

marine glass cleanerIf you have been keeping up with reading all of your National Geographic and Smithsonian magazines, you know how important it is that the agricultural industry reduces its own carbon footprint and that it finds better, more sustainable ways of continuing, particularly since the global need for food may double by 3050 due to the population increase worldwide and the fact that developing nations are able to sustain themselves better and therefore have a higher quality preference for food.

Agriculture is one of the heaviest polluters on the earth, and you would think this wouldn’t be the case since it is growing stuff! However, agriculture, with the farm equipment, need for fuel, and the fact that many different plants contribute to the petroleum industry’s headway into modern society, is one of the biggest polluters in the world, and it must be brought down a bit on the emissions scale.

Even corn is used to produce ethanol, and many plant based chemicals are combined with petroleum products or are used to refine petroleum products. Agriculture itself is a big problem, but as our educational magazines tell us, it can be made far better than it is right now. One of the ways this can happen is through using some of the planet protecting techniques employed in small farms in developing countries and combining that with modern technology and innovation.

If we could combine the strengths from developing nations and modern systems, without either of their weaknesses, then we might have a solution to agriculture on our hands. Of course, we would need to implement whatever approach we took for long enough that we would know how to it would affect soil conditions over time, but that is just a matter of research.

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