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Mediterranean North & South Regenerative Agriculture 2023

$52.50 / Per Ton
2990000000 g credits availablePortugal
2023

Creates local job opportunities
Operates in multiple countries
Born from university research
Improves community environmental literacy
Conserves local biodiversity and habitats

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2990000000 in stock

Supporting farmers in their transition to regenerative agriculture while creating environmental and social benefits.
Climate Farmers emerged with a simple yet bold idea: to build the infrastructure to scale regenerative agriculture in Europe. Regenerative agriculture has the unparalleled potential to store carbon in the ground and restore healthy ecosystems, all while improving the livelihood of farmers. This project is tailored to farms located in both the southern and northern Mediterranean, and aims to generate financial incentives that encourage the adoption of these practices resulting in GHG reductions and carbon removals.
Regenerative agriculture can be described as an approach that goes beyond organic farming by focusing on rebuilding and regenerating the soil, as well as improving the overall health and biodiversity of the farm ecosystem. This includes, but is not limited to, practices such as the minimization or elimination of tillage, cover cropping, crop rotation, and residue management, as well as the incorporation of livestock into the farming operation. Regenerative agriculture also prioritizes a whole-systems approach and uses holistic decision making. Despite the known benefits that result from these practices, many farmers face various barriers preventing their transition, such as financial roadblocks, labor shortages, or knowledge gaps.
This project aims to support farmers in their transition to regenerative agriculture while creating environmental and social benefits. To quantify, analyze, and interpret the impact of the above listed measures on farm eco-systems and soil health, the aggregated project is carried out according to CF-Methodology 01: Adoption of Regenerative Land Management and third-party verified through TÜV-Nord in alignment with DIN EN ISO 14064-2:2019. The project documentation undergoes an external verification process through an accredited third party. Monitoring is carried out over the course of the project and carbon credits are only issued after an external verification has been conducted.
The demonstration of additionality and the definition of the baseline scenario are performed through the identification of alternative land use scenarios and a consecutive barrier and common practice analysis. All project units enrolled in the Carbon+ Program are screened for identification of the current land use and management practices, also defined as business as usual (BAU). The BAU provides data related to activities prior to the project implementation.
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