How Does it Work?
Farmers have the opportunity do their part to help in the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by observing certain standards that reduce CO emissions. In exchange, Alberta growers can sell those carbon credits back to regulated industries to ‘offset’ their emissions. This means farmers get paid to improve their farm's efficiency, reduce their carbon footprint, and contribute to the overall positive reputation of agriculture.
What are Carbon Credits?
Carbon credits are produced by farmers under several protocols, including the Conservation Cropping (Zero Tillage) and the Nitrogen Oxide Emission Reduction Protocol (NERP) Protocols.
The Trimble carbon program helps farmers provide evidence for the carbon credits they are earning through environmentally sustainable farming practices. We help you work through these steps to ensure that you receive maximum return for your carbon offset credits.
Why Work with Trimble's Carbon Program?
Trimble can handle all of your carbon offset needs. Our primary goals include transparency, reliance on proven science, and monetizing sustainability and data for our clients. With 21 successful pools to date, Trimble's carbon program has returned millions of dollars to farmers, and boasts a track record of integrity and results.
We are committed to 100% compliant data under governmental regulations. We have a systematic proven process to ensure broad industry compliance and more assurances to our farm clients.
Ready to Get Started?
There's never been a better time to take advantage of carbon offsets. The value of a Carbon Credit increased 50% to $30 per ton at the start of 2018, and is forecasted to rise to $50 by 2022.
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