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Carbon Farming in the World: October news by C-FARMs

The LIFE C-FARMs project reports in this article the October news, coming from all over the world, explaining the world of carbon farming, some solutions and best practices to combat climate change implementing sustainable activities in the agro-forestry sector. 

Beef in the time of net zero. In this article, you can find several initiatives going in the right direction to reduce livestock emissions all over Latin America. Even if it is still not enough. The article is reported on Diálogo Chino, an independent journalism platform dedicated to better understanding the China-Latin America relationship and its sustainable development challenges.

Monitoring soil carbon, the contable solution derives from space. Published on Farm Futures, the first source of information on risk-management, marketing, money management and decision-making, it explains how using satellites and ground-based stations could have a cheaper and more transparent way to monitor carbon removal. The article is available here:

Among the numerous harmful implications that the current war entails, there are also CO2 emissions. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could result in a chain reaction that affects food supply, could increase global hunger and food insecurity. This reports ABP News, an Indian Hindi-language free-to-air television news channel owned by ABP Group, in this article:

 Climate smart farming with forestry: can it be a future solution to achieve the Carbon reduction targets? In Australia, a continent that has implemented carbon farming practices for years, they are studying this and other possible practices to combat climate change in agricultural practices.The article is reported on Mirage.News at this link:

The Irish minister has assembled a Carbon Farming Working Group, to better understand this key topic. The Irish Farmers Journal, a weekly newspaper which provides largest selling agricultural publication in both Ireland and the UK with 263,000 weekly readers, reported this news at link:

In this interesting article the AgriCapture’s Soil Enrichment Project is described as the second-ever project to achieve carbon credit issuance for regenerative agricultural practices under the Climate Action Reserve’s (CAR) Soil Enrichment Protocol. This is published on Successful Farming, from 1902 serves the business, production, and family information needs of families who make farming and ranching their business.

How to fight climate change? Zambia should effectively apply the Carbon Emission Tax policy both to raise resources and to mitigate climate change. This is reported in Farmers Review Africa, the Africa’s premier farming magazine which provides the updates of news and analysis on topical issues of national and international importance in agriculture.

Carbon farming, how much in terms of Carbon can your crop store with Carbon Farming practices? In the article published on AgroNotizie, the online magazine dedicated to current events for farms, technicians, contractors and professionals in the sector. Speak up the C-FARMs project partner in the video at 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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