Grow the Future: Green Ammonia

By Yara Uk

With the ongoing climate emergency there is no hiding place, we all need to adapt and change in order for our planet to survive. Could green ammonia be the hero for agriculture? Find out what Yara are doing in their quest to make a dream a reality.

With the ongoing climate emergency there is no hiding place, we all need to adapt and change in order for our planet to survive. Although nothing can equal a face to face conversation we look forward to sharing our green ammonia story during the Crop Nutrition seminar at CropTec 2020, and interacting with you on our virtual stand.

At Yara we are concerned about the climate emergency we are facing and we are committed to playing our part from factory to field. To reduce fossil fuel dependency, resources are now focused on creating green ammonia at a number of our factories. What is green ammonia? Find out all about it, plus learn more about Yara’s plans to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide produced during the ammonia manufacturing process, something which is critical if we are going achieve net-zero targets by 2050.

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