Founded by farmers, Climate Action was born out of necessity from the Food & Agriculture industry.
Agriculture is the first sector in society to feel the effects of climate change, and also the one which can contribute the most to mitigating climate change.
According to IPCC, we are in urgent need of complementing GHG emissions reduction efforts with technologies, to remove CO2 from the atmosphere at a global scale.
Soils are the second largest carbon sink on the planet, behind only to our oceans. Sequestering carbon from the atmosphere and storing them in our farmlands is a sustainable, natural, and cost-efficient process, with multiple benefits to society and to our planet.
Climate Action is here to support farmers worldwide in combining emissions reduction with soil carbon sequestration at the scale needed to reframe global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius.
With the help of AI we can now both quantify and qualify soil carbon according to its stability, which finally allows soil carbon sequestration to be accurately monitored.
With the latest advances in spectrometry we can now bring the lab to the field, reducing the cost of soil measurement by up to 80%, and allowing automation for easy use.
Blockchain provides digital assurance of soil measurements, as well as tracking of the carbon footprint of food products throughout the value chain.
"We believe that experts should be allowed to be experts. We are aware that there are parts of our grocery trade value chain that we are dependent on but cannot directly influence. Climate Action is working closer to the solution. We are so impressed by their work and see potential in how they can reduce the climate impact of agriculture"
Brand, CSR and
Communications Director at
NOBEL PRIZE NEXT
"If you only guessed how many times we have all sat in international talks to find solutions to this question that is trully transformative. Once we can mensurate carbon storage in the soil, then our entire food production goes to perhaps not only produce food but to also produce carbon in the soil. We see such a fantastic change ahead us by having this data. If the project succeeds, then we can expect the Nobel Prize as Next."
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