Verra Carbon Credit Program with CIBO
CIBO is the First U.S.-Based Agricultural Carbon Project on Verra. Make Your Supply Chain Carbon Neutral with Verra Carbon Credits.
Creating an Agricultural Carbon Project with Verra
CIBO’s program has been registered by Verra under the title “The CIBO Initiative for Scaling Regenerative Agriculture.” For the first time, a company looking to bring a registered carbon program to their growers or stakeholder groups in the U.S. now has a project infrastructure that they can leverage through Verra carbon registry or as a reference design for their own project.Learn More
Daniel RyanCEO of CIBO Technologies
“We are excited to have achieved this milestone which will further accelerate the transition to regenerative agriculture. Once the project is reviewed and accepted by the team at Verra and an independent verification body, it will be made available to support our partners with development of their own carbon programs and climate commitments.”
Learn more about CIBO and Verra Carbon Credits
Verra is the global leader in voluntary carbon market quality assurance. They have developed over 200 greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction and sequestration standards, known as methodologies. Each standard can be used to develop programs that create meaningful environmental and social value with high quality and confidence.Learn More
Toby Janson-SmithChief Program Development and Innovation Officer at Verra
“It’s encouraging to see the CIBO Initiative for Scaling Regenerative Agriculture project enter the validation phase under VM0042 Methodology for Improved Agricultural Land Management. Once validated, the project will create a pathway for growers in the United States to generate verifiable, transparent, and robust carbon reduction and sequestration credits, and demonstrate the key role the U.S. agricultural sector can play in tackling climate change.”
CIBO Partners can use the Project as a Carbon Project Blueprint
CIBO’s Verra project was designed from the ground up to support enterprises throughout the food and agriculture value chain, including: CPGs, input companies, grain and commodities companies, ethanol producers, and others with agricultural commodities in their customer base or supply chain.
The project helps provide financial and technical support to U.S. commodity crop growers resulting in GHG reductions, GHG removals, and improved land resiliency for regenerative agriculture practices including cover crop adoption, reduced tillage and reduced nitrogen.Learn More
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