Carbon Market and Carbon Farming
The approach of carbon farming – the carbon enrichment of agriculturally used soils – brings us closer to achieving the goal of regenerative agriculture.
Carbon markets facilitate the most efficient possible implementation of climate action. Market-based climate instruments create incentives so that greenhouse gas emissions are reduced first in sectors where reduction is most cost-effective. This is why the German government supports the gradual development of a global carbon market.
After immersing into the agricultural policy in the EU with experts from the Farm to Fork initiative, we will put a more global focus on carbon farming during another discussion round.
The Corona pandemic has shown how resilient Europe’s food system is, said Janusz Wojciechowski, EU Agriculture Commissioner. There were no problems producing food during the crisis. The difficulties were much more in transporting and distributing them across borders during the
Janusz Wojciechowski, Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Union, will join Dr. Theo de Jager, President, World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO) at the World Food Convention – Digital Edition2020. They will explore the opportunities of the EU Green
Svenja Schulze (Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany) on “Putting climate and environmental protection at the heart of European policy” in the Global Solutions Journal