Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of the common questions we get asked about carbon farming, soil sequestration and regenerative agriculture, as well as some questions about Carbon Sync’s business and process. Please click on the relevant link for a full response, and if you can’t see your question answered here, please Contact Carbon Sync, to send a query.
Carbon Farming, Soil Sequestration and Regenerative Agriculture
- What is Carbon, and why is it important for agriculture?
- What is Carbon Farming?
- What is holistic management?
- How is regenerative agriculture connected to holistic management?
- Why is soil science important for farmers?
- What is carbon sequestration, and how does it work?
- How long does carbon stay in the soil?
- How much carbon can soils sequester?
- How do you measure soil carbon sequestration?
- What are the best methods of soil carbon sequestration?
- What is a carbon credit?
- What is cover cropping?
- How much land do you need for carbon farming?
- What are the disadvantages of carbon farming?
- Which carbon management interventions are appropriate for my farm?
- How can farmland be regenerated?
- How Effective Has The Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) Scheme Been In Encouraging Or Incentivising The Development Of Soil Carbon Projects In Australia?
- Is Carbon Sync a signatory to the Australian Carbon Code of Conduct and if so, what does this mean?
- Does Carbon Sync has an Australian Financial Services Licence and if so, what does this mean?
- How will Carbon Sync ensure carbon credit credibility and transparency?
- How will Carbon Sync manage the risks of soil carbon farming?
- How will Carbon Sync measure the success of its soil carbon farming projects?
- What is the relationship between Carbon Sync and Chevron?