Global Emissions by Economic Sector

Farming for our plant and animal food is a massive contributor.

While the burning of coal, natural gas, and oil for electricity and heat is the largest single source of global greenhouse gas emissions at 25%.

Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Use come in at a very close second at 24%, with the majority from agriculture.

How we farm, what we farm and our food use, transport and waste is something we need to assess.

The Harmony Golden Ratio puts the “Planet Harm Cost” to the food and beverage of every customers restaurants bill. The customer can choose to pay in the bill whether they have enjoyed the service the planet gave towards the meal or not.

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The Economic benefits of protecting nature now outweigh those of exploiting it.

“People mainly exploit nature to derive financial benefits. Yet in almost half of the cases studied, human-induced exploitation subtracted rather than increased economic value,”

“results add to evidence that conserving and restoring key biodiversity areas makes sense not only to safeguard our natural heritage, but also by providing wider economic benefits to society.”