Since the 1950s and the rise of industrial agriculture, emissions have climbed higher than they ever have, and farming has something to due with it. Most research suggests around one-eighth, or 12.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from agricultural processes. However, the same research suggests that 40 percent of Methane emissions come from farming, as does nearly two-thirds of all the US’s Nitrous Oxide pollution; this is a direct result of the overuse of pesticides and fertilizers in modern industrial agriculture.
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