USFRA establishes climate report to help reach net-zero
U.S. Farmers and Ranchers has launched a new report to gauge how agriculture can help create a ‘net-zero’ emissions economy.
The Transformative Investment in Climate-Smart Agriculture report includes four parts: soil-health practices, soil technology, agricultural capital flows, and financial and enabling infrastructure.
USFRA says the goal of the report is to bring together farmers and ranchers and the financial community to have ‘productive conversations’ that leads to climate solutions.
USFRA is asking financial leaders to advance ag innovation and recognize agriculture as a solution to environmental goals. The report can be found on USFRA’s website.