Commitments to action

Rabo Carbon Bank

Rabobank, Column P

The Carbon Bank will enable transitioning to regenerative carbon farming, the societal position and earning capacity of farmers will improve. In our matchmaker role, we translate sequestered carbon into tradable units: so-called carbon credits. We offer these high-quality nature based credits to corporates and organizations that we already have the privilege of servicing, that share a net zero emissions ambition and are already demonstrating efforts to reduce and prevent carbon emissions. Farmers will become more resilient, both economically and ecologically. Purpose-driven organizations and corporates are supported in their aspirations to lower their emission levels. And our planet will become a better place to live, for us and generations to come.

Constituency

Private sector

Action Area(s)

Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production

Location

Global

Key contact

Boy Sleddering, Rabobank
[email protected]

Keywords

Carbon Credits, Transition, Nature based

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