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Key points of convergence amongst Day 1 groups: 

  1. Hybrid approaches (e.g., activity-based and modeling) that are optimally cost-effective and accurate.
    1. Hybrid approaches should also help reduce uncertainty.
  2. For the finance community, the level of uncertainty (e.g., high v low) is not as important as identifying what the uncertainties are. 
  3. Using land use activity data as a proxy for SOC should help reduce cost (the major barrier). Improve how to put together robust data on land use history to define what is eligible for SOC stock measurements. 
  4. Observing co-benefits in tandem with soil C increases the value of the C credit. 
  5. As relationships improve with the farmers in certain projects, the synergy in data collection improves. 
    1. Must engage farmers across scales. 
    2. Companies can help engage farmers by encouraging them to collect data and, in turn, begin to promote behavior changes. 
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