COMPATING CLIMATE CHANGE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL
Our innovative process offers a dual advantage: it positively impacts local communities while actively combating climate change. By utilizing biological waste to create valuable biochar, we prevent the emission of greenhouse gases that would otherwise occur through burning or decay. This results in the effective conversion of carbon into a stable state, permanently sequestering it in the soil and yielding long-term environmental benefits.
GREAT IMPACT IN A
BIOCHAR FOR BETTER SOIL
Terra Preta stands as a groundbreaking solution that brings about a remarkable enhancement in soil quality. Through the integration of our carefully crafted biochar, the core element of Terra Preta, into the soil, we witness a remarkable improvement in fertility, structure, and water retention capacity. The application of our biochar has led to a substantial increase in the fertility of the humus. By combining augmented nutrient availability for plants, heightened microbial activity, and reduced soil erosion, we have achieved up to four times greater yields compared to non-treated soil.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL PEOPLE
We provide our local partners with more than just the technology and expertise to produce Terra Preta. We also offer them the opportunity to share in the profits of the CO2 certificates. This approach empowers them to be a part of a market that was previously inaccessible to them. By sharing the benefits of carbon credits, we foster a mutually beneficial partnership that not only helps combat climate change but also uplifts the livelihoods of our valued partners.
COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE
Our process not only brings direct benefits to the local communities but also plays a vital role in the global fight against climate change. By utilizing biological waste to create our biochar, we prevent the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere that would have otherwise occurred through burning or natural decay. Through our innovative processes, carbon is transformed into a stable state and permanently sequestered in the soil. This carbon sequestration helps to offset carbon emissions, making a significant contribution to mitigating climate change and creating a more sustainable future for our planet.