Catalyze Agriculture as a Climate Change Solution

Support farmers with the first scalable, registry-approved carbon credits for agriculture. By adopting beneficial practices, farmers can reduce and sequester carbon dioxide, while enriching their soil. Your company can directly support the farmers starting to act on this unique climate solution.

Supported by Leading Companies
Helping Make Agriculture a Climate Solution

Proven Climate Impact

Carbon credits produced through the Carbon by Indigo program meet the highest possible standards for impact measurement. That’s because we worked with the Climate Action Reserve and Verra to help develop the strictest soil methodologies on the market. Indigo is currently the only soil carbon program that meets these standards, ensuring that your climate impact is real and backed by the latest science.

Catalyzing Carbon Farming

Soil can hold billions of tons of carbon, but farmers have never been given a sufficient financial incentive to pursue climate impact. You can change that by helping growers adopt practices like cover crops and reduced tillage that improve the health of their soil, their bottom line, and the planet.

How does Carbon by Indigo work?

Why farmers participate

I was interested because besides storing carbon, I think that the techniques that we will apply to achieve this will bring other agronomic benefits to the plot and the crop. Following this motivates me enormously.

Diederich de Ghellinck

Belgium
I decided to participate in the Carbon Farming trial because I was curious to see what the impact would be both in terms of carbon capture and soil organic matter increase as well as corn yield. In today's world with all the climatic instabilities it seems like the right direction to go in.

Mathieu Boucaut

Belgium

Our partners in Europe

We decided to invest in this project jointly with Indigo because we believe it is key to measure and demonstrate the beneficial impacts Carbon Farming can have. Through measured impact on the field, in addition to Indigo’s methodology which is measurable, verifiable, and scientifically underpinned, we believe we can make an impact by further disseminating the benefits of Carbon Farming with our network of growers.

Robert de l'Escaille

Director Development & Innovation, Agriland
Wasa was born more than 100 years ago in the north of Sweden. All these years we've been surrounded by the beautiful raw nature of Sweden, with its transparent water and its thick forests, so nature is an integral part of what we are. We started compensating for our emissions but we want to do more. Through this pilot we hope to understand how we can further lower our emissions and even sequester carbon back into the soil.

Katarina Waak

Global Marketing Manager, Wasa
The co-operation with Indigo offers Beiselen a great opportunity to take a leading role in compensating growers for carbon reductions and removals in Germany. The agricultural sector is currently experiencing a transformation and solutions are needed for a productive as well as sustainable food production. Indigo Carbon is a future oriented program that simultaneously addresses the ecological and economic priorities for agriculture.

Fritz Schuler

Family Shareholder, Beiselen

Our Credits Meet the Highest Market Standards for Quality

Carbon by Indigo agricultural credits are verified and issued by the Climate Action Reserve and Verra, two leading global carbon registries, and are part of a project designed to scale for impact.

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Hear from Supporting Companies

CARBON SUPPORTERS

Brands are committing to agriculture

Ranging from life sciences to finance, consulting to brewing, there are companies who have made their commitment to farmers and the climate known.

Credits

BCG

Global management consulting firm investing in scaling agriculture as a nature-based climate solution as part of their strategy to achieve net-zero climate impact and become climate positive by 2030

Shopify

Global commerce company working to spur innovation across the best long-term approaches to climate change through their industry-leading Sustainability Fund

Barclays

Ein globales Finanzdienstleistungsunternehmen, das die Innovation im Bankwesen vorantreibt und mit einer Netto-Null-Ambition den Übergang zu einer kohlenstoffarmen Wirtschaft proaktiv unterstützt

Blue Bottle Coffee

Global specialty coffee company advancing industry-leading scalable climate and sustainability solutions such as zero waste and regenerative agriculture

JPMorgan Chase

Global financial services firm dedicated to addressing climate change and creating solutions that protect the environment and grow the economy

Mask

As the first apparel brand to partner with Indigo, we are excited about the positive environmental impacts regenerative cotton production can have not only for The North Face products, but for our industry as a whole. Regenerative products have the ability to shift the industry from simply ‘doing less harm’ to actually replenishing or having a positive impact on nature and resources, and as a brand that is committed to protecting the outdoor places we love to play, we believe this is another critical step in addressing climate change impacts in our supply chain.

Carol Shu | Senior Manager of Global Sustainability, The North Face

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BCG is excited to partner with Indigo Ag as they develop promising technologies. The world needs viable, scalable, and high-quality carbon sequestration projects to address the climate crisis.

Rich Lesser | CEO of BCG

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Developing solutions that protect the environment, support sustainable development, and grow the economy is imperative to addressing the impacts of climate change. By giving farmers a way to tap into the market for carbon offsets, Indigo Ag is doing just that.

Marisa Buchanan | Head of Sustainability at JPMorgan Chase

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