Posts by Bethany Suckrow

    How Indigo Brings Transparency to Airly’s Carbon-Negative Cracker

    Airly crackers recently landed on shelves at Wal-Mart stores across the U.S.—a big move for the world’s first carbon-negative cracker. Being “carbon negative” or “climate...

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    Meet the Women of Spruell Farms: Four Generations Farming Together

    This Women’s History Month, Indigo is celebrating the legacy of hardworking women in agriculture by highlighting the Spruell family: four generations of women leading their...

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    A Look at the Only Black-Owned Rice Mill in the United States

    Black-owned rice mill in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. That fact may surprise some, but P.J. Haynie, fifth-generation row crop farmer and Chairman of the National Black Growers...

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    Three Drivers for Achieving Net Zero on Corporate Climate Commitments

    The tide on corporate climate commitments is shifting, with a record number of companies making pledges in 2022. According to research from JUST Capital, nearly half the...

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    Three Farmers Share the Economic Upsides of Carbon Farming with Indigo

    Earlier this month, nearly 450 farmers received more than $3.7 million in prepayments for the Carbon by Indigo’s second crop of high-quality, high-value carbon credits, which...

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