The main objective of action coordinated by CMCC (Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatic fondation) in LIFE C-FARMs project context is to identify the potential for carbon sequestration by
The objective of the work carried out by CREA was mainly to identify a set of statistical and geospatial data on which to characterize the carbon farming practices applied by farms and the relative mitigation potential of climate change in Lombardy, the region studied by the LIFE C-FARMs project.
This August 2022, thanks to coordination of PEFC Italy the A5 action of LIFE C-FARMs project has started collecting results from A1, A2 and A3 actions to create a Carbon farming certification scheme. The final goal is a model of voluntary application that will generate additional rewards and supplementary contributions to the farmers, thanks to an incentive payment interface set at national level.
The LIFE C-FARMs project has selected these news, coming from all over the world, explaining the world of carbon farming, and some testimonies of companies that adopt these practices.
The University of Tuscia of Viterbo is about to complete an advanced high-resolution technology deriving from remote sensing data which, integrated with company data, will give answers on the positive impacts of Carbon Farming practices for the climate.
Here following our interview with University of Tuscia experts.