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Nature Based Assets

Nature-based assets refer to natural resources and ecosystems, such as forests, wetlands, and coral reefs, that provide valuable goods and services to human society, such as water filtration, flood control, carbon sequestration, and habitat for wildlife.

These assets can also have economic value and can be managed for sustainable use. They are increasingly recognized as important for addressing global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and human well-being.

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What is Agriculture

Agriculture can play a role in carbon sequestration, the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it in the soil and vegetation. This can be accomplished through various practices, including:

  1. Conservation tillage: reducing soil disturbance, which can increase organic matter in the soil and promote carbon sequestration.
  2. Cover cropping: planting crops that protect the soil and promote carbon sequestration, such as legumes.
  3. Agricultural rotation: alternating between different types of crops, which can help increase the amount of carbon stored in the soil.
  4. Restoration of degraded land: reforestation, wetland restoration, and the conversion of croplands to grasslands can all increase carbon sequestration.

These practices can not only help mitigate climate change by removing carbon from the atmosphere, but can also improve soil health and fertility, increase crop yields, and provide other environmental benefits.


Why is Agriculture Important

  1. It provides food and nourishment to sustain human life and populations.
  2. It supports livelihoods and economies, particularly in rural areas.
  3. It contributes to national and global food security.
  4. It plays a significant role in preserving natural resources and biodiversity.

How Agriculture Important for carbon emissions

Agriculture plays an important role in reducing carbon emissions because:

  1. It can sequester carbon in soil and vegetation through practices like conservation tillage and agroforestry.
  2. It can reduce emissions from fertilizer use through efficient application and reducing waste.
  3. It can support sustainable land use and management practices that mitigate the impact of land use changes on emissions.
  4. A shift towards more plant-based diets can reduce emissions associated with livestock production.
  5. It can contribute to the development of low-carbon, sustainable food systems.
Nature Based Assets

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Nature Based Assets

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