Carbon markets: how to realize climate and ESG goals


This article is sponsored by CIBO Technologies.

Regenerative agriculture is one of the biggest farming trends of the day; and running alongside that trend are carbon markets. These markets are systems for buying and selling carbon credits that represent greenhouse gas reductions and removals. The reductions and removals are realized by these emerging sustainable agriculture practices that sequester carbon in soil, mitigating its release to, and impact on, our atmosphere.

The concept of turning carbon into a tradable asset is catching attention across the whole food supply chain, especially as policies and regulations are advanced that fight climate change and decarbonize the global economy. On one end are consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies and other enterprises challenged to offset their Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). These emissions occur outside of their operations but within their supply chain. The idea is that, by purchasing credits,…

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