Biden抯 climate change strategy looks to pay farmers to curb carbon footprint
?span style='font:7.0pt "Times New Roman"'> The Biden administration is looking to steer farm aid from the USDA抯 Commodity Credit Corporation to encourage carbon emissions reductions on farms.
?span style='font:7.0pt "Times New Roman"'> By adapting more 搑egenerative practices,?experts estimate that American farmers can sequester a large enough portion of emissions to avert a climate catastrophe.
?span style='font:7.0pt "Times New Roman"'> 揑f the government supports the farmers who are getting good results, everyone else will follow,?said a fourth generation cattle rancher.
Emma Newburger, CNBC
Feb 12, 2021
President Joe Biden has called on U.S. farmers to lead the way in offsetting greenhouse gas emissions to battle climate change ?a goal fourth generation cattle rancher Loren Poncia set out to achieve over a decade ago.
Despite working in the beef sector, a big contributor to global warming, Poncia has transformed his Northern California ranch into one of the few carbon-positive livestock operations in the country.
揑t抯 a win-win ?for the environment and for our pocketbook,?said Poncia, who adopted carbon farming practices through a partnership with the Marin Carbon Project.
Experts estimate that farmers across the world can sequester a large enough portion of carbon through regenerative agriculture practices to avert the worst impacts of climate change. Research suggests removing carbon already in the atmosphere and replenishing soil worldwide could result in a 10% carbon drawdown...
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