CO2 removal
November 3, 2023

Support regenerative agriculture in Germany

CO2 removal

By adopting regenerative practices in regional agriculture, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced and CO2 is stored in the soil – certified by TÜV.

In addition to storing CO2, regenerative farming methods have numerous additional benefits. They enhance biodiversity and increase the nutrient density in foods, as well as the soil's capacity to retain water, which makes it more resilient to extreme weather events, thereby securing crop yields.

By supporting farmers in transitioning to regenerative agriculture and measuring the impacts of this change, Klim contributes to the local reduction and sequestration of greenhouse gas emissions, which brings various socioeconomic advantages.