Achieving Net Zero GHG Emissions in U.S. Agriculture through Soil Health

The science is clear – we can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, store more carbon, make farms more profitable, and secure other environmental benefits through soil health.

Overview

Achieving Net Zero Carbon Emissions in U.S. Agriculture through Soil Health was an event held during Climate Week NYC by the Soil Health Institute in 2020. Brief, 10-minute presentations were given by Soil Health Institute staff, Mr. Ryan Sirolli of Cargill, and Mr. Leonardo Pradela of the Walmart Foundation that described the overall strategy and work conducted to address gaps in adoption that will allow the U.S. agricultural sector to achieve net zero C emissions by 2040. The audience (including food and beverage companies, policymakers, conservationists, and others) engaged in a 20-minute discussion period with all speakers.

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