NCSs as the future for climate action
Natural Climate Solutions (NCSs) are a holistic, cost-effective, and socially just way of lowering atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations. With them, you can capture CO2 from the atmosphere, and store it in soils organically, while supporting everyone involved, from growers, farmers, local communities, all the way to agrifood systems, and local ecosystems.
At Seqana, we built our solution from NCSs upwards, supporting private landowners, NCS project developers, and corporations with tools that enable them to monitor their impact faster, cheaper, and year-round.
We enable NCSs with our MRV technologies
Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) is a critical part of an NCSs, and often the most costly.
With the support of satellite imagery and machine learning, Seqana has developed an MRV method that makes it much easier to measure your impact. While we are constantly improving, we have reached some significant milestones:
Offer SOC analytics that cost 10 times less than current alternatives
Leverage satellite imagery to complete the SOC analysis process 60 times faster than current solutions
Carbon credits enable climate action at scale
Seqana is building the tools that you need to quantify and value your impact. We are working with all well-known standards to adapt methodologies, allowing for these cutting edge technologies to play a more critical role in the years to come. If you are interested in playing an active role in shaping the future of NCS, click below to learn more!
More data means better predictions
Seqana's models are built with artificial intelligence, calibrated with in-field measurements, and are validated on full data sets.
The result is a suite of robust algorithms designed to provide accurate results, allowing for more carbon credits to enter the market at a faster pace. Our services help to dissolve the bottleneck of crediting SOC projects.
Do you have access to soil carbon samples or are you interested in conducting sampling on your region? Reach out to us to take part in our global soil sampling campaign!