Advisory board members Dr Helaina Black, Professor Mark Reed, Professor Guy Ziv and Matthew Orman were quoted on development of the minimum requirements for this article in Farm Week.
Advisory board member Professor Mark Reed of SRUC speaks on the Talking Natural Capital Podcast about soil carbon codes and the development of minimum requirements. Listen to the episode below:
The forth Stakeholder Workshop in a series of consultative workshops took place on 27th September. You can read the workshop report below.
The draft Report and recommendations on minimum requirements for high-integrity soil carbon markets in the UK is now open for public and stakeholder consultation and we invite feedback on all elements of it.
The review of international codes undertaken by members of the UK Farm Soil Carbon Code Consortium has been submitted for publication in Carbon Management. The pre-print version under review can be found here:
The third Stakeholder Workshop in a series of consultative workshops that will run throughout the Code’s development took place on 4th April. You can read the workshop report and/or watch the recording below.
Dr Helaina Black, a member of the UK Farm Soil Carbon Code Consortium, highlights that a "cheap, accurate measurement of soil carbon is within reach", and the work of the Consortium to develop these measures (listen from 22:42mins).
New report by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee on the potential role of nature-based solutions, which the SSA responded to on behalf of the UKFSCC consortium.
A new report led by the Green Alliance and researchers from Manchester University and SRUC fills critical knowledge gaps regarding UK soil sequestration potential.
This workshop provided an opportunity for all stakeholders to find out more about the progress on the Code’s creation. You can watch or rewatch the workshop using the link below.
Three projects have been awarded funding to help develop new carbon markets for regenerative agriculture, saltmarsh restoration and lowland peatlands.
The event heard from businesses already involved in monetising carbon sequestration and experts in nature-based carbon code development.
Grant awarded under the Environment Agency’s Investment Readiness Fund to develop a Soil Carbon Code for UK farmers.
A consortium of farmers, academics, technology businesses and NGOs has been awarded a grant under the EA’s Investment Readiness Fund to develop and pilot a UK Farm Soil Carbon Code.
The Soil Association and the Sustainable Soils Alliance host a virtual “Landscape to carbonscape: the roadmap to a soil carbon market place” stakeholder event on Wednesday 14 July.
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