Carbon Sequestration and Agricultural Landscapes

Carbon sequestration in agricultural landscapes is a promising climate change solution. BUT there are significant challenges for implementing carbon sequestration projects in production agriculture contexts, according to the World Bank. The Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) MRV Sourcebook for Agricultural Landscapes lays out these challenges in detail.

Is carbon sequestration in agricultural landscapes a viable climate solution? Sure. But be prepared to wrestle with costly, difficult, and still-in-development monitoring, reporting, and verification methodologies.

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