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The causal relationship between agricultural practices, climate change and greenhouse gas recovery
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1  Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Doctoral of Economic School
2  The Bucharest University of Economic Studies


The paper provides an overview of the agricultural economy in terms of agricultural development, especially in the field of application of agricultural techniques depending on climatic zones. Environmental protection and sustainable management of natural resources, prioritizing action behavior in terms of good practice methods in soil treatments, especially vulnerabilities on the types of fertilizers used, are part of the soil-plant-air-water equation. The change of paradigms in agriculture with climate change involves the adaptation of agricultural systems the risks of using fertilizers in soil treatment, the interdependence of plant-soil-water in agricultural practice is also highlighted in the paper. One of the main objectives in the field of agriculture is to maintain a low level of greenhouse gas emissions from the agricultural sector without diminishing the importance of biosphere protection. The role of research and studies has shown an important factor in reducing the carbon footprint per tonne of food produced from organic farming compared to conventional farming, mainly due to the abandonment of the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. So on Maslow's motivational scale, looking at the evolution of needs In relation to their satisfaction, we simulated the relative motivational value of the needs determined on the basis of experience. The purpose of the following research is to collect data and information on the most effective management models that will create the premises for agricultural practices applied to the soil by preventing pollution of groundwater and surface water with nitrates. from agricultural sources and by promoting the use of good practices farm. The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) supports the Nitrates Directive by granting direct assistance and through rural development measures. There is also a growing trend for agro-ecological initiatives for which farmers can receive payments. nutrient management measures, such as the creation of buffer zones, as an element to stimulate environmental protection. During the research we tried to highlight aspects that, in our opinion, are important for the development of the agricultural sector through innovative rural development measures as part of the economy.

Keywords: climate change, agricultural practices, greenhouse gas emissions , soil