‘Agriculture must become part of the climate solution’

Georg Goeres, Managing Director of Indigo Agriculture Europe.

By switching to carbon farming practices, agriculture is expected to increase CO2 storage in the soil and thus contribute more to climate goals. In return, farmers could tap into a new source of revenue through certificate trading. At least if it’s up to companies like Indigo Agriculture, which has already sold its first certificates on the growing Voluntary Carbon Market in the US. Now Indigo is also waiting in the wings in Europe, where the right legal framework is still being worked out.

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