Andes Inorganic Soil Carbon
Project developed by Andes
Soil carbon sequestration is the process of increasing organic and inorganic soil carbon through capturing and storing of carbon from plants.
About the project
Andes is developing a technology that harnesses the power of microbes to capture atmospheric carbon dioxide and permanently store it as inorganic carbon within the soil. Their patented solution called Microprime allows Andes microbes to be biologically integrated within seeds, ensuring that crops interact with these desired microbes to sequester carbon in an inorganic form and increase yields.
Project impact to date
Sustainable development goals
The project supports 3 goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
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