Live-stream: EJP SOIL represented by Claire Chenu and Jens Leifeld at the 2nd Carbon Farming Roundtable

The 2nd Roundtable will mainly focus on carbon farming and present results and best practice recommendations, discussed by experts in the implementation and assessment of climate mitigation actions in agriculture, including experts on agricultural soil research and national carbon inventories, as well as practitioners with experience on the ground.

2020.09.23 | Line Carlenius Berggreen

Date Wed 23 Sep Thu 24 Sep
Time 09:00    12:30
Location 23 and 24 September 2020, from 9:00 to 12:30 CET.

Claire Chenu and Jens Liefeld will take their point of departure and represent EJP SOIL in their discussion of Carbon Farming projects.

Watch the 2nd Carbon Farming Roundtable:

 

Agenda and background documents

 

Take part in short surveys

During the event, you will have the possibility to take part in short surveys using the event tool Slido. Please go to www.slido.com in advance and use the hashtag #CarbonFarming. The tool can be used with your computer, tablet or your smartphone. There is no need to download anything or to log in. The moderator will announce different polls during the event. Once a poll is activated, it will automatically open on your screen. If this doesn’t happen automatically, please open the tab “poll” manually on your device.

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The 2nd Roundtable on Carbon Farming is a follow up of the 1 st Carbon Farming Roundtable, which was held on 9th October 2019 in Brussels. The first Roundtable brought together about 70 policy, scientific and legal experts, who discussed the main elements of Carbon Farming in Europe, with a particular emphasis on result-based mechanisms, i.e. payment schemes where farmers are remunerated based on the carbon benefits they provide through their agricultural practices. During the 2 nd Roundtable, the results of the study “Analytical support for the operationalisation of an EU Carbon Farming Initiative” will be presented. The study, led by COWI and carried out by COWI, Ecologic and the Institute for European Environmental Policy, explored key issues, challenges, trade-offs and design options to develop result-based carbon farming mechanisms, based on the analysis of existing evidence on Carbon Farming initiatives across the EU.

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