Sarah Bowman and London Gibson on the IndyStar write on the potential economic and environmental benefit of carbon markets and regenerative farming practices.
- Some studies suggest that regenerative farming practices could sequester up to 11.4 gigatons of carbon worldwide each year.
- Empowering farmers through carbon markets could help mitigate the effects of climate change through effective carbon sequestration.
- Before carbon markets become viable, pricing accuracy and technology will need to advance.
“Regenerative farming not only has been proven to mitigate erosion and boost soil health — it may also be a huge opportunity to reduce the U.S. carbon footprint, gaining popularity among environmentalists as a potential tool in the fight against climate change.”
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