Today there are several ways to do something good for our earth and its climate. Everyone agrees that reducing emissions is measure number 1. But zero is not enough! In order to have a chance to achieve the goals in the Paris Agreement, it is also critical that we reduce emissions that occur both today and have occurred historically.
Therefore, we need to invest in carbon removal practices to be able to scale the market so that it can remove 10 billion tonnes of CO2 per year.
This can slow down, stop or even reverse climate change. That is why we have chosen to make climate impact by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
A major, and for us absolutely crucial, reason why Carbon Removal is the right way to go is that the carbon dioxide is physically taken down from the atmosphere and that it is measurable. In addition, there are a number of different ways to do it, all with different possibilities and potential, and new methods are being developed every day in this dynamic area. Our promise is that we always make sure that our portfolio of different methods contains the best and most promising solutions! To succeed in this, we have taken the help of Removement, Sweden's first platform for Carbon Removal.
Together with you, we can create a brighter future.
There are a number of different ways to remove carbon from the atmosphere, all with different possibilities and potential. New methods are being developed every day in this dynamic area. All the methods we support are verified to remove the amount of carbon that they claim.
Husk transforms rice husk into biochar using world class technology installed at pioneering organic rice mills. They blend the biochar into carbon based fertilizers and natural pesticides to address some of the critical challenges faced by farmers such as nutrient depleted soils and low resilience to pests and disease. They work close with the farmers and so far their results in Cambodia show an average of 40% increase in crop yields, which means higher revenues for farmers as swell as a reduction in chemicals ans irrigation costs. The benefits of Husks biochar goes beyond the carbon removal.
Husk's biochar is certified through the European Biochar Certificate and they are active players in the evolving sector of international carbon credit standards for biochar. (Company based in Spain but the Biochar is made in Cambodia.
Skymining is a Swedish company that contributes to reversing global warming by mining coal from the world’s single largest coal reserve - the atmosphere. Coal is used to create sustainable products in the form of CO2e negative biofuels, food and fiber.
Skymining does this by planting specialized plants, so-called C4 grasses, which emit large amounts of carbon dioxide from the air in a verified cultivation process (DNV). Skymining’s solution is as effective as the photosynthesis itself that drives it. The grass Skymining uses is particularly suitable for absorbing large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and binding it in the leaves of the plant itself and in the soil through the roots of the grass. A direct consequence of this is that the soil quality improves, which over time restores the soil and creates fertile soil.
Skymining applies a regenerative agricultural model, which improves biodiversity and creates sustainable ecosystems in the places where the company is active.
Nori initiates, sells, monitors, and follows up projects at disclosed farms. They work with independent, third party verifiers with experience and accreditation working on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions reduction projects. Farmers are paired with a verifier to review their carbon removal data and supply any additional evidence required, and the verifier submits a report of their findings to Nori.
Carbon removal in agriculture includes various ways of managing land, especially agricultural land, so that the land absorbs and holds more carbon instead of being responsible for a large proportion of our emissions as it is today. 14% of Sweden's emissions come from agriculture. Globally, that figure is over 18%.