New pipelines aimed at capturing carbon from ethanol, fertilizer, and other industrial plants may soon snake across the Midwest as companies look to profit from helping those facilities lower their greenhouse gas emissions.
Stakeholders from Capitol Hill to the Corn Belt are backing a push to incorporate sustainable practices into production agriculture, but farmers will need additional know-how and monetary support to make that happen, panelists said at an Agri-Pulse webinar Monday.
Small businesses have a crucial role to play in ensuring COVID-19 vaccines get into the arms of rural Americans, who have been less eager than their urban and suburban counterparts to get the shots, panelists said at a virtual summit Thursday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering new climate disclosure rules for corporations that could have far-reaching implications for U.S. farmers, depending on how stringent the regulations turn out to be.
California ranchers knew months ago they were in for another dry year, and as drought grips most of the state, how a particular area’s conditions are labeled by the U.S. Drought Monitor could be a factor in whether, or how well, some ranches survive.