Seqana is a German project using EU funds to improve knowhow about increasing carbon sequestration. It is one of many new ventures exploring how carbon capture can become a sizable rural and sustainable development opportunity.
Soils hold the largest portion of active carbon on earth. This standpoint is the driving force behind a climate action project that has been highlighted by the ENRD Thematic Group on Carbon Farming. Monitoring, verification, and reporting of carbon capture results sits at the heart of Seqana’s strategic ambitions to enable communities around the world to identify, manage, and certify their sequestered carbon - from the comfort of their homes.