Weekly podcast: How the right data can help producers access carbon credits
This week: Anastasia Volkova, CEO of Regrow, talks about the challenges for producers to be able to demonstrate implementation of regenerative agricultural practices, and other improvements, to the rest of the value chain, and why this will increase in importance as carbon markets develop.
Plus: US to cut emissions by 50% this decade, UK to cut 78% by 2035; Land O’Lakes, McDonald’s, General Mills and Cargill getting in on carbon markets; and PepsiCo to roll out regenerative agriculture techniques over 7m acres, in the news digest.
Host: Ian Welsh
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