A new option for carbon credits is gaining popularity. NDSU Extension bioenergy economics specialist David Ripplinger says to be on the lookout for carbon inset programs. “Long term, it will likely become a common part of marketing crops and livestock and agriculture across the country.” Carbon insets are different from carbon offsets in that they will give producers an opportunity to participate in the carbon credits market for practices already implemented. “It is really eye opening and exciting for a group of people who thought they were going to be excluded.”
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