The LIFE C-FARMs project selected for you these news, coming from all over the world, concerning the carbon farming practises at political, technical and scientific level.
Agrinews, that has more than 40 years of life, is an organisation focused on crop and livestock management, agribusiness and new products in questo articolo presents the Photosynthesis tool for carbon sequestration, through the authoritative voice of Brent Sohngen, a professor of environmental and resource economics at the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at Ohio State University.
Through carbon farming and the upcoming carbon removals certification framework, the (EU) Commission will promote a new business model for land-based carbon removals, including financial incentives to roll out nature-based solutions. This is one of the many issues addressed in this interesting Questions and Answers on Nature Restoration Law, published on the official website of the European Union on 22th June.
What is the carbon market? And how does it work? To have an answer to these questions, you can read (or listen to) this article.The article is published on Successful farming, a newspaper focused on business and production.
Sustainable farming In India, a necessary agricultural method of the future, which also includes carbon farming practices. Let’s find out together the Sustainable and organic farming in India, and their differences in questo articolo of the first Indian-owned English daily newspaper published from Mumbai, The Free Press Journal.
The Italian and Croatian carbon credit market will be able to consider olive, fruit crops and vineyards. This is what is reported by GECO2, a three-year-long European Union-funded project, that in this publication reports some final project results on innovative carbon farming crops, and how to quantify their carbon stock.
Planting a cover crop, pulling a no-till plant and grazing cattle on cropland, what do these actions have in common? Which all capture carbon from the atmosphere. This is the testimony of an Alabama farmer, who for decades adopted these practices both productive but reducing carbon emissions at the same time, not for payment, but because they were smart. You can find this reference at the link: www.themadisonrecord.com/down-to-earth-article.