The draft UKFSCC ‘Evaluation Framework’: Report and recommendations on minimum requirements for high-integrity soil carbon markets in the UK  has now been completed and is available to read and download here:

The document is now open for public and stakeholder consultation and we invite feedback on all elements of it via the feedback form below:

If you would like to comment on the report, please download the form, fill it in using the relevant sections and return it to us by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like to comment more generally on the report’s outcomes or the approach we have taken, or discuss with us in person (subject to availability) please contact us at the same address.

Deadline for comments on the Evaluation Framework is Friday 30th September 23:59 BST.

An updated version of the report incorporating, where appropriate, the feedback received during the first consultation phase (soil carbon code businesses and policymakers) will be presented and discussed at an online public stakeholder event on Tuesday 27th September 10:00-12:00 BST.

The report was developed with funding from Defra’s Natural Environment Investment Readiness Fund (NEIRF).

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