Rize is building the first agriculture-centric tech-verified carbon credit platform.
Rize’s mission is to leverage tech & carbon credit mechanisms to accelerate the transition of agriculture from a net carbon emitter to a carbon sink.
At Rize we believe that farmers should be compensated in accordance with their impact, that’s why we think that carbon credits are a great tool to accelerate the agricultural transition as they can create an additional revenue stream for regenerative farms.
On the other hand, we also believe that companies that are looking to enhance their neutrality strategy should have the chance to acquire high-quality carbon credits that fairly compensate farmers and contribute to a more sustainable future.
The Rize agricultural carbon credit generation process
Step 1. Agricultural carbon removal projects
Farmers join our platform & commit to implementing a range of sustainable practices in the long run. They register all information necessary for the follow-up of the project.
Step 2. Carbon impact verification
Rize measures the amount of carbon stored in agricultural soils & issues carbon credits on behalf of farmers. We issue one carbon credit for each ton of CO2 that has been stored in soils.
We believe that technology can help unlock the full carbon removal potential of agriculture at home in Europe and beyond.
We are using a unique combination of satellite imagery, machine learning and soil science to accurately measure the carbon stored in agricultural soils & make sure that projects are rewarded for their impact.
All our carbon credits are based on measured carbon removal from the atmosphere, ensuring that your carbon contribution fully benefits the fight against climate change.
Regenerative agriculture is a set of sustainable farming practices that focus on improving soil health. Such practices have far reaching environmental benefits for soil and above-soil biodiversity, water filtration, soil erosion, compaction, contamination, salinity, and for preventing desertification. Sustainable practices also improve farm resilience to climate change and therefore future-proof our food chain.
By improving soil health, regenerative practices greatly improve the capture and storage of carbon by agricultural soils.
Once sequestered in the soil, carbon will remain stored as long as sustainable farm practices are maintained.
Rize pilot program
Are you already a regenerative farm or currently switching to regenerative practices and want to become a carbon credit pioneer? Join our pilot program to create the first European Credits.
We are looking for carbon pioneers to stand with us in this endeavour. Reach out to know how we can help your organisation remove carbon & promote sustainable agriculture.