I think that farmers in the US might be able to benefit twice from some carbon cap-and-trade proposals, according to this piece from the Des Moines Register. First they’d have to move to no-till planting and secondly they’d have to get some kind of a share of the credit from the biofuel producers. Looks interesting though.
US Biofuel farmers could benefit twice from cap and trade
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