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From 2005 to 2021, EU agriculture-related emissions only decreased by three percent (Photo: COP28 UAE)

COP28 focuses on EU failure to cut livestock emissions

For the first time this year, UN climate talks (COP28) have put food systems on the menu, with a whole day dedicated to food and agriculture, a milestone multilateral pledge, and dozens of related events.

Food is responsible for one-third of global greenhouse-gas emissions, mostly through agricultural production and land use. Much CO2 is released at various stages of food production, from forests cleared for fields ...

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Lyse Mauvais is a freelance journalist covering environmental affairs, climate and aid in Syria, Iraq and Jordan.

From 2005 to 2021, EU agriculture-related emissions only decreased by three percent (Photo: COP28 UAE)

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Lyse Mauvais is a freelance journalist covering environmental affairs, climate and aid in Syria, Iraq and Jordan.

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