In the 2009 summit in Copenhagen, the international community agreed to mitigate climate change by assuring that global temperature will not increase more than 2°C between the pre-industrial period (1850) and 2100. The 2015 Paris Climate conference aims to determine the actions that each country shall implement to attain these goals. Parallel to this, the most recent report by the GIEC restates that greenhouse gas emissions from anthropogenic sources are one of the most significant causes of climate change and that twenty-four percent of these would come from the AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Use) sector (...).
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