Where there’s muck there’s brass, as they’ve exclaimed in England for hundreds of years. It’s a saying that the young British start-up Kana Earth is interpreting pretty literally: its founders believe they can make money for investors and landowners alike while helping the UK to achieve its climate change targets – all through soil, peat and other natural resources.
Kana bills itself as “the home of UK nature carbon”. Its role will eventually be to play matchmaker between landowners with land that could be used to soak up carbon emissions and investors with the capital to help them get such projects off the ground. If that’s successful, the projects
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