Carbon removal backed by advanced AI
We are applying advanced AI methods to unleash the full potential of agriculture as a carbon sink in Europe and beyond.
By leveraging the best of Machine Learning and satellite imagery we measure the carbon stored in soils to ensure that projects are funded based on their actual impact.
In accordance with our mission to have the highest impact possible we plan to make our technology widely available to partner organisations in order to ensure that every farm can work on removing carbon & benefit from it.
Beyond traditional carbon credits, too good to be true?
Regenerative agriculture aims at improving soil health, and relies on practices that have a much larger environmental impact, including on soil and above-soil biodiversity, water filtration, soil erosion, compaction, contamination, salinity, and soil desertification. It also directly benefits our long-term well-being, by contributing to food quality & security.
By improving soil health, we unlock the soil's carbon storage potential.
Agricultural carbon credits also give a fairer compensation to farmers who have a positive impact on the environment.
By using our tech-verified regenerative agriculture credits we make sure that your actions actually remove carbon & make our world a fairer place.
The looming threat of climate change
Even the most ambitious carbon emission reduction frameworks will not be enough to meet the 2ºC objective on their own. Carbon removal has an important role to play alongside reduction strategies.
Under the reduce – capture – measure framework, we are providing the last two pieces of the equation to enhance your neutrality strategy. After you have completed your best efforts internally, we provide you with the very best carbon credits available on the market.
We offer proven carbon removal that benefits local communities in the long run.
Given the climate inertia, what we do today will only bear fruits in years or even decades. Your climate contribution is needed today.
Our projects, inspired by nature
Conservation agriculture aims at improving soil fertility while restoring soil health, with techniques such as no-tilling, crop rotation, cover crops, reduced fertiliser use & livestock integration
Hedges and trees allow for deeper roots and deeper carbon capture, nourish soils for higher fertility and provide shelter for biodiversity and predators that prey on pests.
Rize credits pilot scheme
We are looking for carbon pioneers to join us in this endeavour. Reach out to know how we can help your organisation remove carbon & promote sustainable agriculture.