The Waterline

12 July 2022

Cover crops on a Yorkshire farm have become the first in the world to generate arable carbon credits - in a new initiative that could help slow climate change and aid food production.

Led by regional agricultural consultancy Future Food Solutions and verified by international body BCarbon, it is seen as having the potential to unlock millions of tonnes of sequestered carbon credits by using farmland around the world.

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