produce from burping and urinating in a bid to tackle climate change. The world-first scheme will see farmers paying for agricultural emissions in some form by 2025, reports BBC News. The country’s farming industry accounts for about half of its emissions.
The European Union is serious about reducing their carbon footprint and introducing more earth-friendly pest control. Reuters reports that Denmark’s agricultural and forestry sector must reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% and 65% by 2030 compared with 1990 levels.