If you start the programme sequestering carbon overall, each year we certify your GHG emission reductions and the carbon you have stored against a standard baseline for your region. In France, our approved methodology has concluded that this baseline is the same throughout the country: +250 Kg CO2e per hectare. This value represents the average amount of carbon that would be released from the soil per year if a regenerative farm reverted to current practices typical of the region today. So, if you are sequestering carbon, your certificates will be generated by comparing your sequestration to a fixed baseline of +250 Kg CO2e per hectare. We are in the process of assessing the regional baselines in the UK but do not expect major differences.