This farmer user a pyrolysis kiln oven or bio-refinery to lock up carbon and provide nutrient for his soil.
Alongside a thriving food production business, this farmer also specialises in carbon sequestration. He uses a combination of techniques to capture and bury carbon and provide expertise and consultancy to other farmers.
Some things aren't so different in 2030. Good soils mean good crops. Advanced land and soil management via intercropping, cover cropping, composting and the application of biochar help with burying carbon.
Land use management, soil management and the use of agro-forestry are vital to sequestering carbon. The farmer receives financial rewards for meeting environmental targets and providing advice to others.
Alongside a thriving food production business, this farmer also specialises in carbon sequestration. They use a combination of techniques such as land use management, soil management, the production of biochar (under licence), and forestry to capture and bury carbon. The IPCC believe 89% of agriculture’s global greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation potential is from carbon sequestration. The farmer receives financial rewards.
- using and maintaining a pyrolysis kiln oven / using and maintaining a biorefinery
- forestry, with a focus on indigenous species / agro-forestry
- intercropping, cover cropping, composting
- advanced soil carbon management including application of biochar