Regenerative Agroforestry is a win-win-win-win way to sequester CO2, with high levels of CO2 sequestration and oxygen production. It rapidly sequesters carbon in biomass and the soil, produces nutritious food and increases biodiversity. This project is an ideal tool to attain the net-zero emissions goals and fit within the European Green Deal.
Regenerative agroforestry creates water, holds water in the soil, prevents erosion and regenerates the soil. Trees only have to be planted once for the next 60 to 400 years.
The soil at Waddinxveen has a medium potential of storing carbon. The baseline soil samples show a high amount of Carbon. Research shows that in a forest on the same land it can be even higher over time.
What makes this site unique is that it is in a highly urbanized area and therefore provides other benefits such as PM2,5 and nitrogen capture reducing health risks for the neighbors. Buying our carbon removal credits will allow us to scale and continue this work.
Who is removing the carbon?
Scave.World (Scave.World b.v.), with head office in Utrecht, The Netherlands
About the remover
Scave.World, is one of the few agroforestry systems in the Netherlands and focusses on getting as much carbon in the ground while still producing food annually.
Images of the carbon removing site