Carbon Farming: Opportunities for Agriculture and Farmers


Introducing Forward Financing of Climate Carbon Projects

Farmers and ranchers, entrusted as custodians of land and agricultural resources, play a pivotal role in carbon sequestration through the adoption of sustainable practices in soil management, crop cultivation, livestock rearing, and agroforestry. By implementing these methods, they not only mitigate the release of carbon into the atmosphere but also enhance soil health and biodiversity. This demonstrates how agriculture, when practiced sustainably, can serve as a powerful ally in the fight against climate change.

Agriculture contributes directly to over 10% of Europe's greenhouse gas emissions. However, it also holds substantial potential to mitigate climate change by sequestering carbon in soils, peatlands, and agro-forestry systems. The combined efforts to reduce agricultural emissions and enhance on-farm carbon sequestration are often referred to as carbon farming. In this approach, the agricultural sector's emissions and mitigation strategies are considered broadly, encompassing all emissions influenced by farmers' choices and projects capable of generating carbon credits for farmers, provided their impact on emissions is significant.


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