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Analysis of Pathways to Achieve Agricultural Carbon Neutrality and Investment Opportunities

Ruizhi Yang

Shaanxi Land Engineering Construction Group Co., Ltd., Shaanxi, China.

*Corresponding author: Ruizhi Yang

Date: July 30,2023 Hits: 257


Carbon neutrality is currently a hot topic of concern in the international community, and agriculture, as an important sector, also plays a significant role in the process of achieving carbon neutrality. Against the backdrop of global climate change, agriculture, as a fundamental industry for human survival, plays an important role in carbon neutrality. In particular, should focus on the opportunities for disruptive innovation brought by emerging technologies in the agricultural sector, providing revolutionary solutions for future agricultural production. It is also necessary to improve the investment ecosystem of agriculture, attracting capital and exceptional talents to participate. This article analyzes the pathways to achieve agricultural carbon neutrality and discusses the investment opportunities it brings. This article first introduces the concept of carbon neutrality and its background, and then focuses on analyzing the implementation pathways of agricultural carbon neutrality and discussing the investment opportunities in this field. The aim is to provide reference for the development of relevant industries.


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Analysis of Pathways to Achieve Agricultural Carbon Neutrality and Investment Opportunities

How to cite this paper: Ruizhi Yang. (2023) Analysis of Pathways to Achieve Agricultural Carbon Neutrality and Investment Opportunities. International Journal of Food Science and Agriculture7(2), 294-297.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2023.06.020