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Food finally features in the climate debate. Now what?

SBS Tuesday, 19 February 2019
The majority of the world’s farmers are going to be hit hardest by climate change, yet they are also responsible for a substantial amount of greenhouse gas emissions. So how can we farm smarter and reduce emissions?
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