Project Ruumi

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location
United Kingdom
verification
Verified Carbon Standard

Impact profile

Carbon avoidance
Carbon removal
Innovation

Methodology

Soil carbon

Soil carbon sequestration is the process of increasing organic and inorganic soil carbon through capturing and storing of carbon from plants.

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Removing temporary fence

About the project

The Ruumi project transforms high-input livestock grazing systems into low-input, sustainable high-output grazing systems by providing access to knowledge, grazing plans, supply and demand insights, grazing tools for actionable insights and data acquisition, soil samples, and state-of-the-art technology such as grazing apps, remote sensing, and machine learning.

Project impact to date

700+ farmers using Ruumi's grazing app
Over 700 farmers are currently signed up to use Ruumi's app to support rotational grazing and associated insights.
4 GtCO₂e per year
The potential contribution of net emission reduction by 2030 from carbon sequestration in agriculture and reduction of CH4 and N20 emissions in agriculture.
1/5th agricultural emissions
Nitrogen-based fertilisers are responsible for approximately 20% of total agricultural emissions.

Sustainable development goals

The project supports 4 goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Zero hungerResponsible consumption and productionClimate actionLife on land

12 - Responsible consumption and production

Responsible meat and dairy production enable livestock-related products under a trustworthy regenerative certification. Reducing feed use supports the transformation of the livestock supply chain, reducing waste and loss within the process.

15 - Life on land

Rotational grazing and planting more biodiverse seed mixes increase biodiversity, build functional soils, and improve overall ecosystem health. These factors can help build resilience and reduce the need for chemical-intensive inputs with negative climatic impacts.

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