Economic Incentives Help Puerto Rican Farmers Reduce Pollution

Project Title: Puerto Rico Coastal Protection and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

Puerto Rico depends on agriculture for food security and the health of its rural economies. But farming activities are also a major source of nitrous oxide emissions and water pollution caused by agricultural run-off. This program creates a pathway for farmers to participate in environmental markets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve water quality.

Funder: USDA
Project Start: 03/01/2012
Project End: 02/28/2017
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