77 Paul Gambill, paying farmers for storing carbon in their soils at Nori
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Paul Gambill is the CEO of Nori, a company building a marketplace to pay farmers for the carbon they stored by switching to regenerative agriculture. This could incentivise thousands of farmers to change practises!
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In this interview we discuss how to pay farmers for the carbon they remove when going regenerative. We discuss the issues with carbon offsets and why carbon removal credits are the future. And also why regenerative ag is by far the most interesting place to start carbon removal and storage now, but it isn’t enough.

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