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The Lack of Standardisation in Carbon Credits and Our Commitment to the Reykjavik Protocol

Jitka Volkova
February 27, 2024
We decided to join the Reykjavik Protocol initiative in the autumn of 2023, committing to a structured framework
Climate and carbon credits

The Role of Carbon Credits in Achieving ESG Goals (Part 2)

Lucie Pustova
February 12, 2024
Introduction of various carbon standards and the processes of its validation and verification.
Climate and carbon credits

The Role of Carbon Credits in Achieving ESG Goals (Part 1)

Lucie Pustova
January 24, 2024
What role can carbon credits play in this effort? And what makes credits from regenerative agriculture attractive for buyers?
Climate and carbon credits

Carboneg at COP28

Jitka Volková
November 29, 2023
Scheduled from November 30 to December 12, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the 28th iteration of the United Nations Climat
News and Events

This Buffalo Farm is a Paradise for Birds and Dairy Lovers - Thanks to Regenerative Grazing

Tereza Zyklová, Ingrid Melnikovová
July 2, 2023
For our 10th episode of the Půdcast, a podcast from Carboneg, we had a captivating interview with Alex Page, owner of the first
Regenerative grazing

Case study: the Slovak farm Krakovany is not afraid of rising diesel and fertiliser prices

Ing. Vaclav Kurel
May 21, 2023
Studies claim that regeAg is more profitable than conventional farming. But is it possible to achieve similar results in the EU?
Regenerative agriculture

Biodiversity and the Regenerative Practice Index

Marek Pytlík
May 17, 2023
The promotion and protection of biological diversity is one of the fundamental issues of today. That's why we decided farmers...
Regenerative agriculture

The Effects of Regenerative Farming on Food Quality

Marek Pytlik
March 2, 2023
The higher nutritional value of food from regenerative production is often touted as one of the benefits of this farming method.
Regenerative agriculture

The years 2021 and 2022 broke climate records. Unfortunately, not for the better.

Tereza Zyklová
February 21, 2023
From time to time, some unwelcome climate news like that published in recent months reminds us why we do all of this.
Climate and carbon credits