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On Monday, Dr. Glenn joined Ecosystem Services Market Consortium Executive Director Debbie Reed, UC Davis Professor Dr. Frank Mitloehner and University of Arkansas Resiliency Center Professor and Executive Director Dr. Marty Matlock to discuss “How we will measure success with carbon sequestration and reduction?” Dr. Glenn’s comments centered around the need for a healthy carbon market and the need for research funding for pilot programs. NASDA has been a leading voice on climate resiliency, and since joining the Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance it has consistently advocated for climate solutions based on:

1) supporting voluntary, market, and incentive principles

2) advancing science-based outcomes

3) investing in infrastructure to promote resilience and help rural economies better adapt to climate change