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    Topic: Science and Policy

    A Meeting of the Minds to Advance Agronomic, Crop, and Soil Sciences

    image above: Prof. Keith Paustian of Colorado State University shares his outlook on opportunitiesto advance soil carbon research at an Indigo-hosted reception at the 2021...

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    COP26: 4 Takeaways Advancing Agriculture as a Climate Solution

    By Max DuBuisson, Bradley Rochlin, Guy Pinjuv

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    Farmers Maximize Their Opportunity to Get Paid for Carbon With New World-Class Tools

    Big news in the agriculture world last week: Indigo Ag announced its acquisition of Soil Metrics, an industry-leading technology company that has developed a comprehensive...

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    How Does Soil Carbon Sequestration Work?

    The science behind agricultural carbon sequestration offers a snapshot of the constant dialogue between the atmosphere, plants, and soils. It starts with...

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    Reflecting on the Power of the Plant Microbiome for World Water Day

    Farmers depend on water for their business, as much as seeds, sun, and fertilizer – and it shows. Agriculture consumes 70% of the world’s freshwater an 85% of the...

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    These Innovators are Finding New Solutions to Progress Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils

      Indigo launched the first-of-its-kind Indigo Carbon Challenge in 2019 to find novel solutions for agricultural soil carbon sequestration and help draw the world's...

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    What Makes a High Quality Carbon Credit?

    Businesses and consumers are laser-focused on making sure the credits they buy are a true measure of progress against climate change.

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    A Major Milestone for Measuring the Climate Benefit of Agriculture

    By Max DuBuisson, Director of Carbon Policy, Indigo Ag The agricultural carbon market just took a major leap forward: In October, rigorous protocols for “soil enrichment”...

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    The Key to Agricultural Carbon Markets: Measurement and Verification

      Agricultural soil carbon sequestration and emissions reductions can be immediate and affordable levers in addressing climate change, as suggested by the climate...

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    Indigo's Living Map of the World's Food System

    Two weeks ago, at the inaugural Beneficial Ag event in Memphis, Indigo was proud to participate in a growing community of innovators from across the food system. One of...

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