Learn more about AgreenaCarbon - Join our webinars

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We're still hosting our recurring webinars on AgreenaCarbon, hosted by our friends and partners Agrovi.

The webinars are available both in English and Danish, and will cover general questions related to AgreenaCarbon, but will also open up for the opportunity of diving into the specific fields of the individual attendees.

The webinar will last approx. 1 hour and Agrovi would very much like to answer any questions you may have. If there are current topics that are relevant to address on one of these webinars, Agrovi will of course do so.



Meet Agreena at 'Forget 2050 - The Climate Crisis Cannot Wait!"

Meet Agreena at 'Forget 2050 - The Climate Crisis Cannot Wait!"


Agricultural soils can reverse the climate crisis - and we believe we have a good solution to activate this.

So we are thrilled to be invited to join the Net Zero Now event during the COP26 in Glasgow this year.

We are proud to be on stage at the event - "Forget 2050 - The Climate Crisis Cannot Wait!” hosted by Net Zero Now on the 4th of November.

We will also be available for questions and a general chat from our booth from 11:00-14:00 - so come by and learn how we’re planning to remove carbon footprints by utilising European soils.

👉 Get your ticket to "Forget 2050 - The Climate Crisis Cannot Wait!" here.

👉 You can learn more about COP26 here.


Agreena raises $4.7M Seed from Giant Ventures

Agreena raises $4.7M Seed from Giant Ventures


We’ve had a chat with TechCrunch about our recent seed funding round from Giant Ventures.
In the article you can also learn more about what we do, and read some of our recent results and our plans for the future.



Watch: Agreena presents at Oslo Innovation Week 2021

Agreena presents at Oslo Innovation Week 2021

Yesterday we had the great pleasure of presenting Agreena at Oslo Innovation Week ’21.

It was very insightful to meet likeminded growth companies from across the Nordics, who are all working on making a positive impact on our climate.

You can watch or re-watch the presentations on OIW’s website here.
Pssst! Agreena takes the stage at 1:15:58.


How new carbon offset scheme for regenerative ag works

How new carbon offset scheme for regenerative ag works

The first UK-certified soil carbon offsetting scheme is available to farmers who use regenerative agriculture practices, offering them a commercial opportunity worth up to £100/ha from sequestering carbon in their soils.

Called Gentle Farming, the fledgling system allows participating farmers to track carbon sequestration throughout the year, look at ways to change the eventual outcome and take steps to improve it.

Once harvest is over, soil carbon storage measurements are independently verified, with certificates issued, allowing farmers to sell these certificates and get financially supported and rewarded for their environmental practices.

It has been developed by Thomas Gent of Gentle Farming in partnership with Commodicarbon, a Denmark-based platform, which has a carbon certification programme that quantifies the soil carbon sequestration associated with reduced tillage and its changing crop management.

Income boost
With the potential to boost farm incomes by an estimated £90-£150/ha, the system works for each crop year and will continue to evolve as new methods and technologies become available, explains Mr Gent.

“Every farm is different and there are a number of factors to take into account, but an average figure for a no-till farm is 2-3t carbon dioxide equivalents per hectare,” he says.

Read the full article

Congratulations to our partner Thomas Gent

A round of applause to our partner Thomas Gent

Our partner Thomas Gent recently won a ‘Climate Change Champions Award’ in the UK and we couldn’t be more proud of having him and Gentle Farming as our partner in the UK market.

Through the Gentle Farming initiative, Thomas has been setting the scene for the future of farming in the UK, helping farmers transition into regenerative carbon farming in a sustainable manner.

Read more in the article, on pages 30-34.