European consumers paying attention to the carbon footprint of products. An interesting article showing a survey realzied in 12 countries with a total of 12,000 questionnaire respondents. The results show the importance of clearly and visibly communicating the carbon footprint of the products we buy. Read the article in Agriland, the largest digital news publisher in the agricultural sector in Ireland.
What’s happening in Korea with Carbon Farming? in this article one of South Korea’s largest securities brokerage firms moves toward financing projects that also involve carbon farming practices, let’s read together what they are:
From Korea we turn to India, producer of about 18 percent of the world’s greenhouse gases. The Indian government recently introduced a bill to encourage the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices, this is what the enegyworld website reports in this article: https://energy.economictimes.indiatimes.com/blog/how-indian-farmers-can-benefit-from-carbon-credits/98513122?redirect=1
The positive impacts of Carbon Farming practices are also being evaluated in Spain, as highlighted in this article published in Euro Weekly News, the leading English-language newspaper in Spain. As a synopsis of these findings, the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food published the paper “Carbon farming: no-tillage and cover crops”. https://euroweeklynews.com/2023/03/13/agriculture-fisheries-and-food-note-significant-carbon-farming-progress-in-spain/
Confagricoltura hosted a discussion between Oscar Group, MASAF and technical experts from the Confederation and Copa Cogeca. The meeting took place in Rome, where they analyzed the contents of the proposed regulation on Carbon Farming presented last Nov. 30 by the European Commission. https://www.confagricoltura.it/ita/area-stampa/comunicati/carbon-farming-confagricoltura-e-gruppo-oscar-a-confronto-sul-futuro-mercato-dei-crediti-di-carbonio
In a world saturated with laws, economics and politics, trust still remains at the base of everything.This is what Agronotizie, Image Line’s online magazine dedicated 360° to Italian agriculture, reports in this article, in which it emerges how trust on the part of all players in the supply chain is fundamental to the success of Carbon Farming. https://agronotizie.imagelinenetwork.com/agricoltura-economia-politica/2023/03/21/il-successo-del-carbon-farming-una-questione-di-fiducia/78672