There is considerable potential for agriculture to contribute to the goal of achieving Nett Zero CO2 emissions by 2050 and significant reductions by 2030.
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ENERGISED: On-farm bioenergy plants are just one of the ways agriculture can contribute to achieving Nett Zero CO2 emissions by 2050. Photo: Fabian Faber/Shutterstock

There are potential abatements which could be delivered by NSW agriculture over the 10 years 2020 to 2030 and the collective actions of individual landholders can make a difference.

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