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Sustainability issues and consumption requirements, agricultural land production practices from a climate change perspective
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1  Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Doctoral of Economic School
2  Bucharest University of Economic Studies,
3  University of Bucharest Faculty of Law (registering DOI)

The paper provides an overview of the agricultural economy regarding the development of agriculture and rural space. Prioritizing an action behavior in terms of vulnerabilities favors the orientation of agriculture through more environmentally responsible methods. One of the main objectives in the field of agriculture and rural development is to maintain a low level of greenhouse gas emissions generated by the agricultural sector. The role of research in the field and studies have shown an important factor in the fact that a reduction of the carbon footprint per ton of food produced from organic farming compared to conventional agriculture, in principle, due to the abandonment of the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The purpose of the following research is to collect data and information on the most efficient management models that will create the premises for the production of production models that will respond in the future to climate change challenges, especially from the perspective of reducing greenhouse gases, in depending on soil quality. During the research we tried to highlight issues that, in our opinion, are important for the development of the agricultural sector as part of the economy. An important role is played by the implementation of best practices in the proper management of the land and the promotion of organic production models can significantly contribute to increasing the carbon absorption in the soil and, at the same time, indicating the possible improvements in their performance.

Keywords: soil, environmental, carbon emissions, performance