Carbon Removal Project


Regenerative agriculture is one of the most potent solutions to fight climate change. Almost a quarter of all global emissions today are caused by agriculture and forestry. Agricultural activities such as livestock and food production, as well as land-use change, water use, and deforestation, release significant amounts of GHG such as CO₂, methane, and nitrous oxide, contributing to global warming and destroying natural ecosystems.

CARBON Removal Method

Soil Sequestration


Nature based





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Our soils are the second largest carbon sink in the world and can hold more carbon than the atmosphere and all plants combined! The topsoil layer, known as humus, consists of 60% carbon. 

By transitioning to regenerative agriculture with Klim’s support, farmers in Germany are utilising and enhancing the soil's potential as a carbon sink, sequestering atmospheric CO₂ (up to 11 gigatonnes each year, which is 80% of the needed yearly negative emissions) and storing it in the soil - where it belongs and has far-reaching benefits.



Solving the climate crisis, food security, and biodiversity loss

In addition to removing emissions , regenerative methods have numerous benefits. They improve biodiversity and support the rebuilding of soil organic matter, improving its fertility and water-storage capacity. This results in more resilient and nutrient-rich yields and will thus make farms more profitable and climate resilient in the long run, and our food healthier. 

Klim and regenerative agriculture aim to contribute to six SDGs in total and focus on improving agricultural soils and, thus, food production on our doorstep.

Source: Klim. Root comparison (conventional left, regenerative right)


As an AgriTech company, we combine nature-based solutions with innovative technology and scientific knowledge. Because while climate protection can be driven forward with technical innovations, it is not possible without the involvement of nature and the environment. Therefore, the needs of farmers have been at the centre of our approach from the very beginning. To meet these needs, we have developed a platform that helps farmers transition to regenerative agriculture by providing knowledge & financing their environmental services.

  • ISO 14064-2 - The ISO standard covers various aspects related to GHG projects, including project selection, baseline scenario determination, monitoring, quantification, and reporting of GHG emissions and removals. It provides guidance on establishing consistent and transparent methodologies for calculating the GHG impact of projects.
  • TÜV Rheinland - Klim’s methodology is validated by TÜV Rheinland according to DIN-ISO 14064.2. Using this methodology, Klim tracks and verifies farm practice changes which lead to GHG reductions and removals.
  • DIN Spec - Together with K+S AG, Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank, and other scientific institutions and agricultural stakeholders, Klim has launched the so-called DIN specification initiative to work on a certification standard specifically for regenerative agriculture in order to show how carbon farming in Germany can be scaled in a practical, resilient, and scientifically sound manner.
Source: Klim


Klim’s vision is a thriving earth with a fully regenerative agricultural system that protects the world’s most precious resource: Soil. To reach this goal, we enable farmers and organisations all over the world to regenerate soil at speed and scale - to the benefit of everyone.

"When we talk about regenerative agriculture, we aim to support the soil in the best possible way to become more healthy and resilient to external influences in order to maintain its productivity and fertility in the long term. This not only has immense benefits for farmers, but also ensures important ecosystem services for us as a society.”

Dr. Dennis Melzer
R&D Officer at Klim
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