Profitable solutions for stopping climate change and how geopolitics impact food availability worldwide (Interview)
Changing practices to be more sustainable has to be profitable for farmers, too. eAgronom works to help farmers build long-term partnerships with nature.
We do this through software and certifications to connect farmers with the economic benefits of sequestering carbon in the soil through sustainable farm practices.
eAgronom also covers the cost of transitioning to carbon farming practices through pre-payments of credits. Verified farm-generated carbon credits can then be sold to businesses to offset unavoidable emissions.
Emission reduction is perhaps more crucial than sequestration. And businesses understand that it is now riskier to do greenwashing and are moving more and more towards meaningful climate action. There is however a growing market for carbon removals such as soil carbon sequestration in arable lands.
With markets expected to grow even more in the coming decades, eAgronom, and together with Solid World DAO, fill in the gaps between supply and demand of the growing carbon market space by providing liquidity and agronomic expertise to farmers.
Doing business-as-usual cannot continue. All industries, including agriculture, are expected to decarbonize for both the planet and profit. Emission reduction and removal work together to solve the world’s biggest issues including climate change, food production, and human welfare.
To get more insights on fighting climate change through agriculture, creating financial incentives for farmers to sequester carbon, and so much more. Listen to episode 66 of The Pursuit of Scrapiness: Profitable solutions for stopping climate change and how geopolitics impact food availability worldwide. Interview with Robin Saluoks (eAgronom)
→ Listen directly on The Pursuit of Scrapiness website