081 | How to Build a Methodology, with Max DuBuisson of Indigo Ag

36 minutes

Just over four years ago, Max DuBuisson took on one of the most difficult challenges you can imagine: namely, spearheading the creation of a new carbon methodoilogy undr both the Verified Carbon Standard and the Climate Action Reserve. Dubbed the "Methodology for Improved Agricultural Land Management," it aims to expand the practice of climate-smart agriculture by paying farmers who adopt the practices before their neighbors do.

This is the story of the creation of that methodology.

Further reading:

https://verra.org/methodologies/methodology-for-improved-agricultural-land-management/

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