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By Stephanie SchreierNovember 24, 2018 11:10AMCOEXPRESS.COM– The world’s leading energy-intensive farming is taking its carbon pollution to new levels.

A growing number of food producers are using biofuel-based technologies to produce the feed they need to survive.

And the number of countries using these technologies is growing.

But it’s not just the amount of energy consumed that is driving the rise in biofuel production.

It’s also the carbon dioxide emissions generated as the technology’s technology is used to feed livestock.

This year, the United States has produced its most CO2-intensive crop yet.

The United States produces almost three times more CO2 emissions per hectare than it did in 2017, according to a study released by the National Agricultural Policy Center.

According to the United Nations, the average United States farmer uses roughly 20 million metric tons of CO2 per year.

The country is responsible for more CO₂ emissions than nearly every other country in the world combined.

The average farm in the United Kingdom uses around 5.5 million metric ton of COℂ per year, or about 7% of the country’s annual emissions.

And Germany has been one of the top producers of CO3-equivalent carbon dioxide.

The average U.S. farm produces 2.3 million metricton of CO4 per year — nearly a third of the nation’s total emissions.

The U.N. report also found that a growing number farm operations in the developing world are using CO2 technology to feed cattle.

These operations, called biofuel farms, are largely driven by the cost of developing biofuel crops.

These biofuel farmers are also using technology that reduces the need for the use of fossil fuels.

For example, in the Middle East, the number-two producer of biofuel, Saudi Arabia, has a population of just over 1.2 billion people, according the UN.

The oil-producing country has been using a CO2 production process called CO2 sequestration to produce more than 90% of its food.

But the country has not yet used this technology to produce enough CO2 to feed its population.

In the U.K., the number two producer of COX-3-based feed, the Ural region, is also using bioenergy technology to create biofuel.

In the Uptown section of London, the area of Wokingham is home to the country, which has been importing feed from India since the 1970s.

The world’s largest biofuel producer, Saudi Aramco, has recently started using a new technology called COXCO2, a process in which CO2 is stored in CO2 electrodes to produce CO2 from renewable sources.

In addition to reducing CO2 pollution, the technology is expected to produce up to 40% of Saudi Aramos CO2 by 2050.

Aramos is currently using this technology for livestock production in Saudi Arabia.

This technology was developed by a joint venture between the two countries.

The Saudi government hopes to become a world leader in COEX, or carbon offset, technology by 2020.

But the Upton-based firm is not the only one experimenting with CO2 storage technology.

China has also developed a biofuel technology called bio-dyeing.

It is also a member of the world’s global COEX Alliance.

A report published last month by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) said that biofuel use will become a “key driver” in the global transition to a low-carbon economy.

According a report published in the International Journal of Agricultural Research, biofuel technologies are being deployed on an increasing basis around the world, but the United Arab Emirates is one of them that is growing the fastest.

According the IRENA report, in 2020, the UAE will use 3.7 billion metric tons (3.7 TRILLION tons) of COEX-based biofuel feed, or 6% of UAE’s total feed consumption.

But its share of the global market will shrink from around 4% today to less than 2% by 2025.

The UAE’s COEX program is aimed at diversifying the region’s energy supply to meet growing demand.

The UAE currently imports about 75% of it’s fuel from the United states, and this figure is expected increase significantly by 2030.

The number of people employed in the UAE’s oil industry has also increased.

In 2020, there were 7.6 million employees in the oil and gas sector.

That number is expected grow to 8.6% by 2030, the report said.

The report said that these jobs are largely in the transportation sector, which includes oil and natural gas transportation.

The report said there are also jobs in the construction sector, including construction, engineering, maintenance, maintenance and office, among others.

The jobs in this sector are also expected to increase significantly, as a result of the new biofuel and biofuel manufacturing.

The UN report said the UAE is also investing billions in renewable energy