Carbon sequestration and the role of soil and crops
Produced by the
Climate Emergency (Infrastructure and Environment)
and published on
22 Oct 2020
How we use land impacts Jersey's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It can also lead to carbon from the atmosphere being sequestered (stored) in our soils and plants. This report covers the calculation methodologies, scale and potential of carbon sequestration in Jersey, and explains the role of carbon storage and management in the context of Jersey's GHG emissions inventory.
This report was funded by the Countryside Enhancement Scheme.