New year, same customs. The LIFE C-FARMs project reports the most important news from all over the world concerning carbon farming. Let’s see together what this new year offers us for the world of Carbon Farming
Published in Carbon Brief, a UK-based website covering the latest developments in climate science, climate policy and energy policy, that publishes an interesting analysis on “The climate papers most featured in the media in 2022”. Among the most important topics is of course climate change, in which carbon farming can also play a key role. https://www.carbonbrief.org/analysis-the-climate-papers-most-featured-in-the-media-in-2022/
The magazine Succesfull Farming, whose contents we have already shown you in our previous articles, carries an article titled “How to capture cash with carbon”. The article explains the reality of voluntary carbon markets in the U.S., where this activity is already well established and provides income to farmers and sustainability to the environment.
This article delves into one of the most debated topics related to carbon farming practices, the calculation of carbon credits. Results of a study led by researchers at the Agroecosystem Sustainability Center (ASC) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign are analyzed. Let’s look at them together.
The Korea Herald newspaper, nation’s No. 1 English newspaper in both online and offline markets, flies us into Korea. The articole reported that “The Korean government set a national vision to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050”; we read how they are working and how they are implementing carbon farming practices in this article.
From Korea we fly to India to discover here too “How prepared is the agriculture sector in carbon trading?”, article published in The Hindu Business Line, the business daily that is part of the well-known The Hindu group of publications. https://www.drishtiias.com/daily-updates/daily-news-editorials/carbon-trading-in-the-agriculture-sector
After a worldwide flight we landed in Italy from Confagricoltura, a partner in the C-FARMs project that in this article reports the first results being reached by the LIFE C-FARMs project.