More Carbon where it belongs.

CinSOIL (pronounced [kɪn-sɔɪl]) supports your business insetting carbon emissions at the farm level. Discover your carbon sequestration potential and decarbonize your product supply chain with us. Added benefit: you save money while saving the environment!

MRV tool

AI and remote sensing based monitoring of soil organic carbon stocks. If you can measure it you can manage (& report) it!

Carbon farming

We support your carbon farming journey with the best science-based regenerative practices to maximize CO2 removal and storage in soil.

Insetting CO2

You can decarbonize your product within its supply chain. It is better for the environment and for your stakeholders!

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bringing CO2 from atmosphere to soil

Our mission: recarbonizing soils

According to the UN, Soil Organic Carbon is a direct indicator of soil health. Increasing SOC stocks not only can drastically reduce atmospheric CO2, but also improve the productivity of agricultural soils with many additional ecosystem benefits.

decarbonize the agri-food value chain

Food can be net-zero

Consumers are more and more concerned about the environmental impact of their life-styles, including food choices. Market research shows that more than 60% of EU consumers (DACH region)1 and more than 30% world-wide2 are willing to pay more for sustainable food. In Life Cycle thinking, a product’s environmental impact is assessed considering all the steps across its whole supply chain. All greenhouse gases emissions attributable to a product sum up to its final Carbon Footprint. Consumers pay increasingly attention to labels such as “CO2 neutral” and stakeholder demand more accountability and transparency from a company’s sustainability progress.

1 McKinsey 2021
2 Simon-Jucher & Partners 2021

carbon farming

A treasure under our feet

Did you know that soil stores 4 times more carbon than vegetation? After oceans, soils hold the biggest carbon pool of the biosphere. With 46% of global habitable land devoted to agriculture (including grasslands and croplands), improving agricultural soil carbon sequestration potential is key to fighting climate change. Unsustainable management practices have damaged its capacity to store carbon in stable forms after it is brought in through photosynthesis and microbial activity. Measuring and monitoring soil organic carbon is crucial to control the progress of regenerative agricultural practices.

insetting vs offsetting

Reduce and remove emissions

Buying carbon offsets to compensate for emissions across a product’s supply chain is a way to make a product “Carbon Neutral”. Does this signal a real commitment to help the planet? The company goes on polluting as usual! Insetting comes with a better reputation, as the company engages in reducing its emissions and removing CO2 where possible along the product supply chain. The money invested in regenerative agriculture and carbon farming projects come back as improved farm productivity, additional ecosystem benefits and better relation with stakeholders.

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Learn how you can maximize your impact

about us

Impact-driven team

We are a diverse team with a strong scientific background in cross-disciplinary fields: agroecology, data science, and entrepreneurship. Equipped with our cutting-edge research experience and supported by the leading startup ecosystems, we decided to engage in this impact-driven venture. We are working hard because we believe there is only one possible future: sustainable. Get to know the CinSOIL team!

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