Cool Farm’s own Charlie Curtis at the Regenagri Podcast on Calculating Carbon & Regenerative Agriculture

The regenagri podcast talks with industry experts to explore the future of farming and the hot topics surrounding the global movement of regenerative agriculture.

In episode 20, Rose Riley from Control Union UK, welcomes Cool Farm’s training and consulting manager Charlie Curtis and Richard Gueterbock, agri-food and bioenergy adviser and co-editor of the RASE report – ‘Farm of the Future: Journey to Net Zero’.

The episode explores the methods farmers looking to achieve net zero carbon emissions might consider, and the opportunities available to anyone seeking to calculate carbon emissions and sequestration on-farm for the first time.

The group also discusses how the wider supply chain must ensure that environmental changes requested of farmers are also profitable for farm businesses – or as Charlie puts it – “There’s no point in selling a BLT sandwich if you can no longer source the, B the L or the T!”