A new review article explores the latest science around soil carbon storage and implications for policies and programs that aim to incentivize soil health and natural climate solutions.

From the article: "The advent of “natural climate solutions” and “climate smart agriculture” has increased interest in managing agricultural lands to sequester soil carbon and mitigate climate change. This has led to enormous opportunities for soil scientists and growers alike, as new soil carbon initiatives are created by public, private, and philanthropic entities."