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CIBO Technologies launches first end to end solution for food and agri scope 3 reduction

CIBO Impact addresses Scope 3 Sponsor Challenges: Maximizing Funding Potential for Farmers, Boosting Enrollment and Accessing and Sourcing Farmers and Acres

CIBO Technologies, the company powering the transition to regenerative agriculture, unveiled a comprehensive end-to-end Scope 3 offering designed to help agricultural enterprises identify, measure, reduce and report on carbon emissions throughout their supply chains. By accessing the CIBO Impact platform and its Grower Network Partners, enterprises can better decarbonize agricultural commodities and accelerate the adoption of conservation practices through farmer incentive programs.

Enterprises face many challenges in reporting and reducing carbon emissions, including complex supply chains, lack of direct farmer access, limited data availability and accuracy, variance in emissions sources, and shifting regulatory and compliance dynamics. Companies also need help to design programs that provide a sufficient incentive for all stakeholders to ensure the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices for the long term.

CIBO Impact Addresses Scope 3 Sponsor Challenges: Maximizing Funding Potential for Farmers, Boosting Enrollment and Accessing and Sourcing Farmers and Acres

CIBO Impact empowers Scope 3 sponsors to maximize funding potential for farmers by connecting them with additional financial incentives, such as the USDA Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), to cover transition costs, leading to higher farmer adoption. CIBO is the only company that provides a scaled Scope 3 reporting and program platform that enables programs to be deployed to farmers leveraging CIBO’s Grower Network Partners, composed of trusted organizations across their supply sheds with farmer relationships already in place.

“We value our important business relationship with CIBO, and together are excited to continue delivering reduced emissions factors for CPGs and processors through best-in-class sustainability solutions for farmers,” said Jamie Leifker, President of Truterra, a Land O’Lakes Company.

Additional CIBO Impact Scope 3 features include:

Defining sourcing regions or supply sheds, measuring carbon intensity (CI) from the company inventory base year to the current crop year.

Designing strategies to reduce emissions to reach companies’ interim (5-10 year) agriculture GHG reduction targets.

Developing and deploying farmer-facing programs to achieve these targets, and measuring and reporting intervention CI to compare to supply sheds.

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