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Climate challenges and agriculture
Life and Agriculture Sciences Journal (LASJ), Volume 2, Sep 2017

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The Government presented in July 2009 a White Paper on climate challenges and agriculture (Report No. 39 (2008-2009)) to the Storting. The Governments proposal enlarges on and supplements the White Paper on Norways ambitious climate policy (see Report No. 34 (2006?2007) to the Storting) in relation to agriculture. Sustainable and climate-friendly production of sufficient food and energy for the worlds population is a major challenge. All sectors, agriculture included, are expected to contribute to emission mitigation measures and other measures to ensure positive contribution to reduction of the worlds emission of greenhouse gases. In the new White Paper the Government consider emission and uptake of greenhouse gases in the agriculture sector in Norway, and the adaption and instruments necessary for robust, climate-adapted agriculture in the future.

Author(s): Jon Olav Brunvatne
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