Insetting 101: A practical guide to measure, verify and account for impact

10:50 - 11:50
Insetting can reshape climate impact reduction in the food and agriculture industry. Nature-based solutions including agroforestry and other regenerative agriculture practices, sequester carbon and can contribute to net zero emissions strategy. While the potential is vast, there are concerns about lack of permanence and enforceable standards. We are still in the process of defining effective project parameters. 

  • What are the key elements of an impactful insetting project? How does the process of measurement, verification, and reporting work?
  • What does co-claiming mean, what mechanisms are available to support this and how does this impact project funding?
  • What are some best practice examples of insetting within the food sector? What are the lessons learned?

Maia Reed

Mars Petcare

Global Climate Data Lead

Saif Hameed



John Bourne


Senior Director, Agriculture, Carbon Markets

Justin Ransom

Tyson Foods

Senior Director, Sustainable Food Strategy

Carolyn Ching


Director, Food Forests and Nature

Get in touch

For any questions on the conference, please contact:
Emily Heslop
Project Director
[email protected]


For more information and to inquire, please contact:
Anita Thomson
Chief Partnerships Officer
[email protected] 

Join Us For 

  • In-depth guidance from industry leaders on how to effectively implement policies.
  • Networking with key stakeholders, including NGOs, business, government and supply chain actors.
  • An entirely off-the-record discussion that encourages open and honest disclosure from speakers and genuine participation from the audience.

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Registration for the regenerative agriculture and sustainable food conference is currently open. To sign up, you can do so online here, or get in touch directly for details of group discounts. 

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