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The Agriculture industries offer some of the biggest opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. With direct impacts on two of the three primary carbon sinks on the planet–biomass (plants) and soil–these industries can play an important role in climate change mitigation.

By adopting regenerative agricultural and land use practices, producers can reduce their carbon emissions, sequester more carbon in our soil and forests, and generate new income in the process. The monetary benefits of regenerative agriculture are two-fold: 1. farmers can earn carbon credits to sell on the carbon market. 2. regenerative ag practices improve soil fertility, crop yield and crop resilience which leads to more lucrative outputs.

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Soil Metrics provides the critical data industry stakeholders need to make informed land use decisions in support of their bottomline and the environment. Once thought to be mutually exclusive, profitability and mitigation of climate risk have proven to be interdependent.

Through our technology, we’re able to establish field-level CO2 baselines, measure changes in soil carbon pools based on activity and model future scenarios. This powerful information is being used

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to drive innovations in: agricultural inputs like fertilizer, seeds and pesticides; agricultural equipment designed to preserve carbon pools; farm management practices and more.

Equipped with this business and climate intelligence, the agriculture and forestry industries can more effectively work towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing their carbon sequestration capabilities and achieving greater profitability.

Consumer Packaged Good (CPG) & Food Manufacturing

Often a direct byproduct of the ag and forestry industries, CPG and food manufacturing companies are also key players in the carbon economy. From field to fork, food production comes with a significant carbon footprint. While that may sound troubling given our need for food, we have the ability to proactively measure, manage and reduce the carbon footprint generated from the food we eat using Soil Metrics’ business intelligence and analysis.
Fortunately, CPG and food manufacturing companies are growing increasingly interested in understanding their carbon footprint on both a macro and micro level. This interest is being motivated by value aligned, consumer purchasing decisions, stricter industry regulations and a growing business commitment to corporate social responsibility.
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Advancing Agriculture’s Soil Carbon Opportunity

Carbon offsets are an effective means to address the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere – and agriculture presents the most immediate and actionable nature-based solution to capture carbon today. Voluntary carbon markets have risen to meet this opportunity, offering varying levels of quality and scientific rigor behind the carbon credits they trade.

At one end of the spectrum, registry certifications and third-party validation substantiate claims of permanent, additional, and real drawdown and abatement of carbon. Other markets use sophisticated digital systems, like blockchain, to record credit transactions directly between buyer and seller. Soil Metrics looks to support a wide range of voluntary carbon markets, with the most advanced approach for soil environmental modeling. 

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How it Works

Farmers take proactive steps to sequester carbon in the soil and reduce their emissions by adopting and reporting sustainable agricultural practices like cover cropping, crop rotation, and low-till or no-till land management. From these activities, farmers can produce carbon credits from carbon registries.

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Farmers and programs that adhere to the established methodologies of these registries are eligible to sell their carbon credits to companies looking to reduce their own climate footprint.

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Soil Metrics provides the quantified carbon data needed for farmers to participate in the carbon market. Our quantitative modeling techniques enable project developers and credit issuers to determine how much carbon emissions are being avoided or sequestered on a given piece of land.

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Soil Metrics’ tools are calibrated and validated to support registry approval, which enables the resulting carbon credits to be recognized as high quality and generate strong demand from buyers.


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