The European Carbon Farming Summit supports high-level conversations to shape up robust carbon farming markets and policies. It represents a space for sharing knowledge and experiences, upscaling solutions and enabling the multiplication of climate actions across the EU.
Why attend this 1st summit
Keep up with policy development and engage your peers in identifying robust climate actions.
Understand the scientific grounds to develop impactful policies and unlock market opportunities.
Increase the visibility of your solution and stay tuned with potential market trends.
Contribute to establish the conditions for climate actions and sustainable development to work together.
Bring your experience on how carbon farming can lead to the sustainable transformation of crop production.
Carbon project developers
Gain a comprehensive understanding on how to better engage and lead local operators.
The first summit in numbers
- 5 Keynote speakers
- 11 Breakout sessions
- >50 Pitches to stimulate conversations
- 11 Round tables
- 4 Professional facilitators of multiactor dialogues
- 2 Engagement sessions
Building momentum and trust
The summit will be articulated in order to progress on the three pillars of robust carbon farming
Which practices for European soils?
What standards and certification mechanisms?
Offsetting and claims
How to monitor carbon fluxes?
The climate crisis needs you to act
The European Carbon Farming Summit provides a space for the sector to agree on best mechanics to scale robust climate actions. But dialogues happen between individuals, and we need everyone's involvement to safeguard the enviromental integrity of carbon farming. There are a few options to get involved with the summit.
Become a member of a focus group
Eleven technical conversations are interwined with the summit, with the ambition to remove the most important barriers for the upscaling of carbon farming.Visit this page to know more about the focus groups
Submit a contribution to the summit
We expect contributions to drive conversations. Therefore, applicants are required to identify which thematic issue they can contribute toward.
Contributions are no longer accepted.
Register to follow plenaries online
Unfortunately, signing up for in person participation to the event is no longer possible, and only confirmed attendees will be allowed to join us in Valencia. However, plenary sessions will be streamed. Please book your seat using the following links.
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