Press release.February 21, 2022.1 minute

Newsweek: Mobilizing farmers to decarbonize agriculture

Denmark is cultivating innovative agtech solutions that are speeding up the adoption of regenerative practices in farming.

Agriculture is responsible for around one-fifth of Denmark’s total carbondioxide (CO2) emissions and its decarbonization is a priority for a country seeking to become carbon neutral by 2050.

In October, the Danish parliament ratified plans to reduce the sector’s greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions by 55 percent within 10 years, pledging funding of nearly $600 million for green farming technologies to help achieve this. One new solution that is rapidly being adopted by farmers in Denmark and Europe comes from the startup Agreena.