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Caroline Normile • San Francisco, CA

Launching the Carbon Economy

Project Description

This project will bring together farmers and landowners, along with researchers and E2 advocates, to help establish productive partnerships and long-term carbon sequestration monitoring networks in California’s Central Valley.

Project Goals

By bringing together established meteorological methods, environmental researchers, and agricultural communities from California’s Central Valley, this project will advance estimates of current carbon sequestration by working lands in the region and help ensure that this work is more appropriately compensated by climate mitigation programs.


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