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Validation of soil health ratings model against measurement & verification by a third party to emit the carbon credits generated by the projects.


We are looking for projects willing to demonstrate the value of reducing livestock methane emissions.

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Facilitating the path towards carbon neutrality.


With C4 grass, 14 tons of CO2 per hectare per year taken from the atmosphere become a conservative figure.

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Using a model approach reduces greatly the cost of certification to emit carbon credits.


Choose biodiversity projects ticking the most sustainable development goals to maximise the value of the credits.

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