How should carbon markets work? What can we learn from real-life pilot schemes that reward farmers for carbon storage? What are the implications on farm economy and farm management? What is the difference between the voluntary carbon offsets and the future European carbon credit market?
- environmental protection
- Externí akce
Join us to discuss and learn on June 3rd, 2022. The webinar brings together farmer and food chain representatives, advisors and intermediaries, policymakers, and other stakeholders to discuss the practical side of the carbon market from the perspective of the farmers and land managers.
The webinar is part of EU Green Week and is organised by Baltic Sea Action Group in collaboration with the Finnish Catch-the-Carbon programme and the global 4 per 1000 initiative. The event is co-funded by LIFE CarbonFarmingScheme project* and by MULTA project.
SEB provides facilities for the webinar as part of the Baltic Sea co-operation with BSAG.
9:00-11:00 CET / 10:00-12:00 EET (local Helsinki time)
9:00 (CET) / 10:00 (EET) Opening Laura Höijer, Managing Director, Baltic Sea Action Group
9:10 (CET) / 10:10 (EET) Framing of the event: Contributions from the Finnish Carbon Action work to the EU carbon farming agenda Kaj Granholm, Project Manager, Baltic Sea Action Group
9:20 (CET) / 10:20 (EET) Reflections from the global perspective Paul Luu, Executive secretary, 4 per 1000
9:30 (CET) / 10:30 (EET) Case 1: Trading pilot with carbon credits based on organic soil amendment Tanya Santalahti, Head of Carbon removals, Soilfood
9:40 (CET) / 10:40 (EET) Case 2: Naturellement Pop Corn Project’s carbon payments Anne-Marie Joliet, Project Manager Agroecology and Carbon, Nataïs
9:50 (CET) / 10:50 (EET) Case 3: Carbon compensation options and lessons from economics research Markku Ollikainen, Professor emeritus, University of Helsinki
10:00 (CET) / 11:00 (EET) Open moderated discussion, Q&A
10:50 (CET) / 11:50 (EET) Key take-home messages: the value of pilots and the needs for further study Laura Höijer, Managing Director, Baltic Sea Action Group