Carbon removal + machine learning
The world's first platform that continously audits and reports on underlying carbon asset in tree planting and carbon credit projects
How our carbon offsets are audited
AI is 99.9% accurate.
5x more frequent.
Data driven metrics.
GS, VCS & CDM.
Permanence and ongoing proof of carbon additionality
Voluntary carbon markets will soon reach $100 billion in annual sales and significant sustainable finance is flowing into the sector, but performance metrics have been very imprecise till now. Baseline studies are very important when classifying the additionality of sustainable finance and carbon projects - at Earthbanc we accurately and precisely measure the baseline conditions of agroforestry, regenerative agriculture, reforestation and reduced deforestation projects as well as renewables, ensuring land clearing is accounted for. We also deliver ongoing monitoring of carbon reductions over time, to ensure that sustainable finance use of funds are delivering their targeted carbon reduction, in compliance with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) in the EU.
Earthbanc audits deforestation baselines for historical accuracy
Earthbanc measures and reports carbon in trees, vegetation and soil with our patent pending AI technology. Our ratings increase the quality of carbon data for carbon offset projects such as this Peru Amazon project. Developing accurate baselines and measuring carbon volume permanence, additionality or leakage quarterly or annually is very important for accuracy. Earthbanc delivers this breakthrough technology with every data driven carbon offset we sell to our customers and end users.
Using AI satellite technology for carbon auditing
We are the first climate fintech company to partner with the European Space Agency for Satellite and Remote Sensing AI to drive carbon drawdown. Our AI interacts with satellite imagery and remote sensing data, delivering proof of carbon additionality or leakage.
We’ve developed our own carbon auditing technology that makes the process efficient and affordable so more people can participate in forest protection and regeneration, brining more transparency to nature based solutions carbon markets.
Our API-first carbon removal service delivers offsets into online applications and checkouts
Fintechs, banks and online businesses can access our carbon market via our API where we have Gold Standard, VCS, CDM and Earthbanc projects available. Access our global carbon market via API and create amazing user experiences with the highest quality carbon offsets that are regularly audited by Earthbanc.
We make carbon removal as simple as copying and pasting a few lines of code. Create sustainable products with ease, enabling your customers to be climate positive with a single click. Get peace of mind for you and your customers, in regards to the accuracy of carbon claims.
We enhance verification with an extra layer of auditing
Data driven ESG metrics for carbon offsets - a world first bringing transparency and trust
We support small to large projects with an additional layer of quarterly or annual auditing on top of existing Gold Standard, VCS or CDM third party voluntary carbon verification. These existing verification protocols audit carbon offsets every 3-5 years on average compared to our quarterly or annual auditing and reporting. Earthbanc adds a vast list of environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics to our carbon offset reports. Our AI geotags and measures tree and soil carbon in every carbon offset project, making carbon markets more transparent, accurate and precise.
We help smallholders and large forests alike, to monetise their carbon nature-based solutions.
Did you know that carbon projects generally can’t verify or monetize carbon in trees and soil unless you have at least 1,500 - 8,000 acres size project? Earthbanc's patent pending AI measures and audits projects areas of forest and soil carbon as small as 200 m2.
That’s up to an 18,000-to-80,000-fold increase in project sizing efficiency - scaling up reforestation, and delivering social impact through improved sharing of carbon payment incentives.