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Carbon footprint tool helps farmers reduce their greenhouse gas emissions

A carbon footprint tool, which aims to help farmers reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, has been updated to include a soil sequestration module, according to a report by Tillage & Soils.

Agrecalc was developed by SAC Consulting – part of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), in response to the growing need for a simple-to-use, accurate and science-driven carbon audit tool. The mission of the tool is to assess what is technically feasible to get a farm, or supply chain, to lower carbon emissions, with a goal of net zero where viable.

It is used by more than 2,500 businesses and institutions, including the Scottish Government, retailers, corporate farming businesses and financial institutions.

Julian Bell, a Principal Consultant at SAC Consulting, said: “We have a model farm that allows us to examine how management practices contribute to carbon reduction, and importantly this now considers the role of soils and their management.

Read the full report in Tillage & Soils.
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