The new global economy proposes mixed models, new ways of thinking. The silvopastoral production model consists of integrating the production of two primary need products into one place: meat and wood. We plant trees in plots designed for grazing, without displacing livestock production. This way, the carbon captured by the tree component during its growth, offsets the cattle’s methane emissions. This production model, already tested in the Argentinean Mesopotamia, may be extended to other cattle regions in the country. The opportunity in the near future is to have this production certified as “Carbon Neutral Meat”.
Differential forest investments are especially attractive for: