The Limits of Soil Carbon Sequestration

Thursday, September 10, 2020

A Webinar Presented by the Breakthrough Institute
September 10, 2020
10AM PT / 1PM ET
45 min presentation and discussion

Regenerative agriculture has been heralded by policymakers, corporations, and farmers as a way to offset greenhouse gas emissions. But there’s a roiling debate about the potential of these practices to mitigate climate change and whether they should be supported through market mechanisms like carbon offset programs.

Join the Breakthrough Institute as we explore the climate mitigation potential of regenerative agriculture, the challenges of soil carbon markets, and implications for policymaking.

Senior Editor for Energy and Climate, MIT Technology Review
Director of Food and Agriculture
Director, Rural Investment to Protect our Environment (RIPE)
Vice President, Michigan Corn Growers Association