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Carbon Farming in the world: C-FARMs May review

The monthly review “Carbon Farming in the world” by LIFE C-FARMs continues. We bring you in Africa and Ireland, America and Oceania, to discover experiences and considerations on Carbon Farming practises in the world.

  • A 7 step guide to conducting a carbon footprint analysis for indoor farm, published by Agritecture, founded in 2011  as the art, science, and business of integrating agriculture into the built environment and created to help others navigate the crucial planning stage for their urban farming business and avoid costly mistakes. The article at this link on

  • The Islander journal, a local journal of  Kangaroo Island, in this article reports ‘Three simple concepts to understand carbon farming’ and how realize this practises.

  • Why carbon is the ‘crop’ of the future! The Hindu Business Line, an Indian business newspaper that covers priority industry verticals, such as Agriculture, Aviation, Automotive, IT, in weekly special, in this article he deals with the issue of carbon farming as crop of the future. Let’s find out together at this link on

  • Eco-Business,  an independent media and business intelligence company dedicated to sustainable development and ESG performance, in this article show how Carbon footprint labels aim to steer more green buying.

  • With 11 global awards in their first three years, Food For Mzansi is much more than an agricultural publication, it is a movemente of South African agriculture, and in this article they focused on a possibility of implementing income for farmers: the carbon credits.

  •  In the context of the EU’s Carbon Removal Certification Mechanism, Bellona foundation,  an international environmental NGO founded in 1986,  suggests 3 basics that should guide the EU’s approach to Carbon Dioxide Removal. You can find the article at this link>

  • Farmers Are Finding the Value in Carbon Markets. Are You? This is the question that SeedWorld poses to itself and poses to its sector readers, giving examples and answers to the question that you can find in this article

  • The role of agricultural machinery in decarbonising agriculture. A very interesting report published by CEMA aisbl (European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association)  in April 2022 and that you can free donwload at this link


The project supports the design and implementation of targeted payments for the application of Carbon Farming practices through the development of a regulatory framework for a carbon certification system in collaboration with relevant actors and institutions.



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