Fixing the broken food system

Solar Energy Farm Aerial over thousands of Solar Collectors
Solar Energy Farm Aerial over thousands of Solar Collectors

We must transform how we grow, process, trade, transport, consume and dispose our food. We are adapting our business and scaling our knowledge to develop and deliver the solutions needed for this transformation to tackle the climate, nature and hunger crises. Food systems transformation is critical to Growing a Nature-Positive Food Future.

Green fertilizer

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Next year, Yara will bring fossil free, green fertilizers to market. Green fertilizers will be a game changer: we cannot decarbonize the food value chain without them.

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Yara Clean Ammonia

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Ammonia does not emit CO2 when burned, and is expected to become a next-generation fuel. Yara is uniquely positioned to enable the hydrogen economy in a market expected to grow by 60 percent over the next two decades.

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Agoro Carbon Alliance

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Agoro Carbon Alliance has an ambition of decarbonizing farming on a global scale. By generating reliable Farm Carbon Credits and certified climate-smart crops, Agoro Carbon is working with farmers to increase soil carbon sequestration.

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Sustainable agriculture in Europe

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Farmers hold they key to transforming the food chain. When farmers succeed, everyone succeeds. The European Green Deal and Farm to Fork Strategy make Europe a frontrunner in the food systems transformation. Click the button below to learn more about how Yara is supporting European farmers to lead the way and transform Europe’s food system.

Driving sustainability in Europe

The food value chain

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We are aware of our contributions, but also our limitations. We cannot transform the food value chain alone. Yara is working with global food companies to address climate, nature and prosperity impacts form soil to supermarket. 

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