Breakfast webinar on soil carbon


Please find the recording of the whole webinar here.

Join our breakfast webinar, hosted by MEP Elsi Katainen (Renew Europe) and MEP Jytte Guteland (S&D) and Baltic Sea Action Group, to learn more about the importance of healthy soil in mitigating climate change, promoting biodiversity, securing clean waters and building resilience in food production. Our speakers will share their expertise and the newest insights into the topic gained, not solely through research, but also through developing farming practices and incorporating them into business. You will also learn about the co-operative process of scaling up carbon farming and regenerative agriculture.

Webinar is streamed on Youtube, please click here.
You can take part in the discussion and ask questions on
1) Youtube chat
2) Twitter: hashtag for the webinar #CarbonAction. You can also tag the organizer @BSAG_


29th Oct. 2020 9.00–10.30 CET and 10.00- 10.30 CEST

Hosted by Elsi Katainen, MEP, Renew Europe and MEP Jytte Guteland (S&D)
Moderated by Laura Höijer, Content Director, Baltic Sea Action Group

Elsi Katainen, MEP, Renew Europe

Scaling carbon farming and regenerative agriculture.
Together: scientists – farmers – companies

Saara Kankaanrinta, Chair of the board, Baltic Sea Action Group and Carbon Action platform 

Science: Soil carbon verification system nearing completion.
Jari Liski, Research Professor, Finnish meteorological institute

Farmers: Carbon farming practices and a farmer’s message for CAP.
Juuso Joona, Regenerative Farmer, Tyynelä Farm

Companies: Valio’s roadmap to Carbon neutral milk chain by 2035.
Juha Nousiainen, SVP Carbon Neutral Milk Chain, Valio


Closing words
Jytte Guteland, MEP, S&D

For more information contact Pieta Jarva, BSAG,

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