Modernization is not the only cause for producing Carbon dioxide Emission, to achieve a sustainable agriculture growth by introducing the concept of renewable energy into agriculture sector, through this process reduced the CO2 emission in country. Secondly to measure the EKC in order to examine the association among variables in Pakistan. The main objective of this research is to check the EKC hypothesis with CO2 emission and economic development, Renewable energy and agriculture sub-sector like, fisheries and crops Production in Pakistan. This study covers the time period 1984 to 2020. We have applied Autoregressive distribution lag (ARDL) bound test. The results indicate existence of long run association among all variable in the model. The result of co-integration in the short run shows negative relationship between CO2 emission and Crops production in current time period and it shows a positive correlation with the first lag of CO2 emission which means that current Crops production reduce the Corbin Dioxide emission by 32% during a year, while in lag period it will increased in the short run. In the long run one percent increase in Crops production will reduced the CO2 emission by 86%. Renewable energy shows negative relation with CO2 emission in short run, one percent increase in renewable energy will reduced the CO2 by 0.017%. Our results supports the existence of EKC hypothesis for Pakistan.