Paying Farmers to Sequester Carbon and enrich Soil via Farmers Carbon Offsets

Exhibitor

Farmtopian AG

https://www.farmtopianag.com

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David Holmes

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Summary

Welcome to the Soil/ Climate Project


Instigated to market on behalf of farmers Carbon Offsets which have verifiably been generated on farm by building up, in soil, carbon-rich Soil Organic Matter
– which mitigates Climate Change, re-generates farmed soil for long term Sustainability and provides enhanced Wholesomeness to Food.

Our Soils

Soil is one of our most precious resources and along with air, water, sunlight and a temperate climate is one of the fundamental pillars supporting life on Earth.

However our soils are under pressure as never before, in some regions of the world desertification is rapidly encroaching due to inappropriate cultivation in fragile soils and in others; intensive, high input agriculture with heavier, more powerful machinery has evolved to deliver ever cheaper food but often at a cost of seriously degrading the soil by compaction, reliance on ever more chemical inputs, susceptibility to wind and water erosion and loss of soil organic matter (inc earth worms, micro soil life and humus).

Regenerative agricultural techniques

Pioneering farmers, showing great foresight, using regenerative agricultural techniques are now tackling reversing this trend and putting soil health at the centre of their farming operations.

As the market for Carbon Offsets develops with revenue potential it provides an additional incentive for farmers to focus on and accelerate the vital and urgent work of building Soil Carbon.

Climate Change

Currently also confronting humanity is the warming of our planet. This is due to excessive Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere from the over use of fossil fuels, deforestation particularly in the tropics and substantial loss of Carbon from Agricultural Soils. The loss of Carbon from soil (which is now in the atmosphere) is a major global issue and one that farmers, we believe, given the Political will and the right incentives can rectify.

We believe that this initiative is such a ‘win win’ with both Soil Regeneration and Climate Change mitigation we invite as much public support as possible to help us in achieving the objectives.

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Hi all, 

    We just wanted to make you aware of our activities at the stand 114 (Stand 114). We are presenting today our mobile VR app LIFE AMDRYC4. It is available for IOS and ANDROID (https://apkpure.com/es/life-amdryc4/com.UMU.LIFEAMDRYC4 or https://apps.apple.com/es/app/life-amdryc4/id1540739695) and you can also play through the web application at our official site (http://lifeamdryc4.eu/aplicacion/). The application is available in 5 languages (Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French and English) and allows you to simulate the effects of agricultural practices on the soil productivity, and CO2 emissions. We would love to have your feedback on this and we are happy to answer any question you may have about the LIFE AMDRYC4 project.

    Maria Jose Martinez (Research Coordinator), Carmen Perez Sirvent (Research Coordinator), Manuel Hernandez Perez (VideoGame Designer and Project Manager). 

  2. Thank you for sharing with everyone the work you are doing in soil carbon regeneration. I would like to invite you to visit our Stand 19 - Agripower Australia, to learn about the benefits that silicon fertiliser has for conservation agriculture, soil and plant health, and carbon sequestration. Please leave a message for us if you would like to meet and talk more! www.agripower.com.au 

  3. Anonymous

    Good afternoon. I am Dr. Nandini from BAIF Development Research Foundation, India. We are representing our work on 'Soil restoration for achieving sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation and mitigation' through stand no 37. Please visit our stand no 37 and also join for video chat today between 2 to 3 pm (IST).

  4. Thanks.  Sorry for my ignorant.  Is the program model on any existing ones or the first of its kind?  Would like to see how it goes.  Who are the buyers?  What's the cost of FCTP survey?  How to monitor the progress in the 5 year period?