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Incentivising farmers for climate-friendly agriculture practices

Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh | By Satyukt

Traditional agricultural practices currently account for 18% of total GHG emissions in India.

Interestingly, agriculture is also part of the solution. With the right techniques and practices, farmland alone has the capacity to store 1.2 billion tonnes of carbon.
Regenerative Agriculture opens up new possibilities for climate-positive farming that delivers shared benefits, including reduced fertiliser use, improved crop health, increased farmer resilience and prosperity as well as reduced GHG emissions. Agriculture related carbon credit systems have so far been confined to developed economies, but the potential for impact in the developing world - home to hundreds of millions of farmers - is colossal.

Satyukt incentivises marginal, smallholder farmers to shift to and sustain regenerative farming on their agricultural lands.

Lower farm-level emissions
Improve crop yields
Improve soil health and nutrition
Increase farmer income

Impact on people, communities and planet

800 tonnes removed

from the atmosphere in the first year

400 farmers

expected to participate in the pilot

10% increase

in annual farmer income

The purple area represents a small portion of the 1,000 acre area currently practising regenerative farming

800+ tonnesCO2e removal potential
400+ farmersto be benefited

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