Organic farming is fast becoming a trend in agriculture in India due to its potential of lowering CO2 content in the atmosphere. Man-made emissions, of which agriculture is a part, are one of the major factors triggering global climate change. Research shows that agricultural sector contributes to 20% of the total greenhouse gas emissions globally. The green house gases (CH4, CO2, and N2O) are the main gases responsible for an increase in global warming. The Kyoto Protocol was brought into force to spread awareness about adapting methods that will help in minimizing CO2 emissions. One such approach is organic farming. Organic farming involves cutting back on synthetic fertilizers and incorporating green manure and alternative farming methods instead of chemicals and pesticides. Nitrogen and carbon rich fertilizers result in large emissions of CO2 in the environment, which affects not only life on earth, but also crops. Increase in greenhouse content results in a change of chemical composition of atmosphere which results in poor crop productivity, soil erosion and salinity. Organic farms have the ability to trap CO2 from the air and transfer to the land. It has two benefits. First, it makes the soil fertile reducing the expenditure on fertilizers and second, it helps to fight global warming. Did you know that organic farming can seize approx. 7000 pounds of carbon dioxide per acre in a year? Therefore, it is acclaimed as one of the key players in reducing carbon footprint. Today, the number of people investing in organic farming is increasing as it comes with the promise of good returns and environment saving capabilities. At AGROCORP, we produce organically treated crops on our farmlands in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Along with advanced technology, we use bio-pesticides and fertilizers instead of artificial ones which results in high yield and good revenue for our investors. Invest with AGROCORP today for a greener Earth! Call us at 70930 64464 or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to know about our organic farming techniques and investment plans.