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ISCIA Speaks Up About Potential of Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration

March 25, 2024

The International Soil Carbon Industry Alliance (ISCIA) has spoken up against the latest Financial Times article, “Dubious climate gains of turning soil into a carbon sink,” claiming that it downplays the global emerging potential of regenerative agriculture and soil carbon sequestration.

Reaching global climate neutrality will demand both agricultural transformations and CO2 removals. Presently, almost all investments come from the private sector; but we need more financial incentives for land managers to build a climate-smart agricultural system, and the soil carbon market is a critical mechanism in leveraging that.

There’s no denying it – there’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to carbon removals. However, one thing is certain: soil carbon removals stand as a crucial element required to achieve global net zero targets, ecosystem restoration, and more resilient and sustainable food systems. Click here to read more! #ISCIA #soilcarbon #regenerativeagriculture #carbonremovals

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