Canada's agricultural greenhouse gas emissions by subsector 2017

This statistic provides the greenhouse gas emissions released by the agricultural sector in Canada in 2017, broken down by subsector. During this year, enteric fermentation was responsible for the emission of some 24 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. The agricultural industry is responsible for a large volume of methane gas, a highly potent greenhouse gas.

Agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in Canada in 2017, by subsector

Emissions in million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent
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Source

Release date

2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

* Includes emissions from field burning of agricultural residues.

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