AgriCaptureCO2 is look­ing at the poten­tial of soil as a car­bon sink, whilst pro­mot­ing the imple­men­ta­tion of regen­er­a­tive agri­cul­tur­al prac­tices. It aims to devel­op an inno­v­a­tive, robust, and scal­able solu­tion to mea­sure car­bon cap­ture in soil and sup­port farm­ers on the jour­ney to regen­er­a­tive agriculture.

This H2020 funded 3-year project is looking at the potential of soil as a carbon sink, whilst promoting the implementation of regenerative agricultural practices.

AgriCaptureCO2 is developing an innovative, robust, and scalable solution to measure carbon capture in soil. By combining satellite images with farmers’ data and soil samples, we aim to make soil carbon measurement more accurate and cheaper than ever before. This will allow farmers to easily track how their efforts in the field are translating into increased carbon in their soils - and will help farmers get paid for their results.

The project will also support and accompany farmers on the journey to regenerative agriculture by building a community of practice. Through webinars, on-farm debates, farm demonstration days and more, AgriCaptureCO2 will facilitate exchange between farmers, scientists, businesses, and other relevant actors, as well as peer-to-peer knowledge sharing between farmers.

The ultimate goal: to promote regenerative agriculture as a solution in the fight against climate change while providing agronomic and economic benefits for farmers.