Impact at scale

Transform landscapes, strengthen communities, and foster a sustainable future through the adoption of regenerative agriculture and the promotion of healthy soil.

Healthy soil, healthy life

The saying embodies the significance of soil for the well-being of all organisms on our planet. Soil functions as a dynamic ecosystem that generates sustenance, purifies water and air and fosters diverse forms of life. With our soil being under threat, we must take every possible measure to safeguard and rejuvenate it. By working with farmers to improve the health of their soil, we create impact at scale and get closer to ensuring that life on earth can survive and thrive!

Climate and Environment

Carbon sequestration:
Regenerative agriculture practices such as cover cropping, crop rotation, reduced tillage, and agroforestry can increase the amount of carbon stored in the soil. This helps to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and mitigate climate change.

Enhanced by creating suitable habitats for beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife. This can help to restore ecosystem function and resilience.

Water conservation:
Soil water-holding capacity is improved, reducing the need for irrigation and promoting water conservation.

Reduced chemical inputs:
Regenerative agriculture relies on natural inputs and reduces or eliminates the use of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides.

Social and Econmic

Food security:
Regenerative agriculture practices can improve soil health, crop yields, and diversity, which can increase food security for local communities.

Economic benefits:
Carbon credits generated from regenerative agriculture can provide additional income for farmers and land managers, while also incentivising sustainable land management practices.

Community resilience:
Regenerative agriculture practices can enhance ecosystem services, such as water conservation and soil health, which can improve community resilience to climate change and other environmental stresses.


Nutrient-dense food:
Food grown on regenerative farms can have higher levels of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants due to improved soil health, which leads to more nutrient-dense crops.

Reduced exposure to toxins:
The use of natural inputs reduces or eliminates the use of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides decreasing the amount of toxic chemicals that farmers and farm workers are exposed to, as well as the amount of chemical residues in the ecosystem and food that consumers eat.

By supporting regenerative agriculture, companies can help mitigate the impacts of climate change, promote biodiversity, and support local communities.

Global Climate Projects

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