Agriculture is a source and sink to green house gases (GHGs). Fuel, inorganic fertilizers, pesticides and intensive tillage that are used in agriculture emit GHGs that can result in climate change. It is a well-known fact that climate-smart farming will increase agricultural production by reducing carbon emissions. Some of measures for offsetting carbon emissions are: fossil-free farming, using renewable energy, preventing nutrient loss, improving carbon sequestration, and maintaining biodiversity. Farmers can therefore advise to adopt these practices to protect the environment and render agriculture carbon neutral.