Carbon Farming e Carbon Management to achieve the Carbon Neutrality

Monitor the carbon sequestration capacity
of your agricultural land and vineyards.

Well-managed agricultural land and vineyards are a precious and powerful reservoir for absorbing CO2 and fighting the climate emergency.

Several studies have shown that the soil of agricultural land organically accumulates atmospheric CO2, helping to slow down the increase in gas levels and, consequently, to mitigate climate change.

We suggest evaluating the soil potential of your vineyards, applying international methodologies on the calculation and measurement of CO2, thus analyzing the different types of crops, the processes related to agricultural processing so as to measure the real capacity of the soil to absorb the atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2).

The measurement and monitoring analysis will immediately allow you to evaluate, whether there is the possibility, this absorption. This result let you to register the project among the activities that can be functional to compensate other industrial processes joining the Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM). Another opportunity it is to use these CO2 credits to compensate other stages of wine processing to achieve a carbon neutral production.

Soil carbon sequestration (carbon farming) is an extremely promising means of reducing atmospheric CO2 levels and also ensures many benefits including improvement of soil structure, biodiversity and water retention capacity.

The monitoring work will make it possible to indicate which virtuous operations are to be implemented and contribute to increasing absorption capacity, curbing the climate crisis and supporting the company business with the sale of voluntary carbon credits or the enhancement of a finished product Carbon Neutral.

Do you have a vineyard and a passion for your land?

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