Our Impact podcast interviews Noah Walker discussing how, by helping farmers adopt regenerative agriculture practices, farmers can not only feed us all but work to scale a potentially massive climate solution - agricultural carbon credits.
CNBC highlights Indigo Ag on its annual list of the most innovative companies for its work to put the power of microbiology and technology to work for farmers to make agriculture a more sustainable and profitable business.
Sumitomo Corporation and Indigo Ag are pleased to announce that the parties have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to explore new business approaches to improve the sustainability of Sumitomo's existing businesses, looking at a wide spectrum of areas centering on agricultural technology and soil carbon storage in Japan and Asia. One potential collaboration includes Sumitomo’s investment in agricultural carbon offsets through Indigo Carbon, a program designed to support farmers in transitioning to practices that reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels by maximizing soil carbon sequestration and abating on-farm emissions.
AgriTalk with Chip Flory invites Indigo to discuss the rise in private industry support for agriculture’s opportunity as a solution to climate change and the company's work to quantify and reward farmers’ climate efforts through high quality carbon credits.