To much CO2 in our atmosphere ~416ppm (*2020)

Too little carbon in soil worldwide, approximately a fall of 60% ultimately reduces the nutrient-holding capability quality of soil and hence reduces the overall agricultural productivity

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Data-driven actionable insights to enhance farmer's productivity and increase soil quality (soil carbon sequestration)
with climatekrishi platform

Our Vision

Our vision is to propagate climate-resilient regenerative agriculture and our solution impacts the social, economic, and environmental grounds of Earth, hence making a big impact on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Our Mission

Dhara Climateag aims to reduce greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions by promoting sustainable farming practices with the help of data-driven technologies. We also strive to improve the livelihoods of farmers while promoting ecological balance by increasing soil carbon sequestration. We are on a mission to capture and store atmospheric carbon by Farming, Agroforestry, Forestry, and Ocean-based farming practices in the world.



On Earth, soils are the biggest carbon sinks after the oceans. The carbon sink capacity of the world’s agricultural and degraded soils is 50 – 66% of the historic carbon loss of 42 – 78 gigatons of carbon. By increasing the agricultural soil capability to draw more atm. carbon is one of the scalable approaches for carbon removal.


The cultivation of trees with crops and/or livestock on the same land offers several environmental benefits, including carbon removal and sequestration.


Forests act as carbon sinks, absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis and storing it in trees, soil, and other biomass.


Grassland and Peatland restoration
using soil enrichment

Ocean Farming

Mangroves conservation & restoration,
sea grass & algae farming

Our Carbon Removals Methodologies​

Via Regenerative Agriculture
Via Enhanced Rock Weathering (ERW)

Regenerative practices such as,

  • Cover Cropping
  • Inter Cropping
  • No-Till Farming
  • Crop Rotation and Diversification
  • Composting
  • Water Management
  • Integrated Pest Management (IPM), etc.

can help the farmers by soil enrichment hence increasing the overall productivity while earning revenue ($) from carbon sequestration.

The process involves finely grinding certain types of rocks, such as basalt, and spreading the particles over large land areas like agricultural fields. As these rock particles react with CO2 and water, they undergo mineralization, converting CO2 into bicarbonate ions, which eventually become stable carbonates. This whole process makes the land productive while farmer’s can earn revenue ($) from carbon removal.

Our Carbon Removals Are


We partner with communities and businesses on carbon projects and track them continuously for a sound third party verification.


We integrate our current removals with Near future removals, ultimately helping you to meet ESG goals.


Our project portfolios impact the livelihood of South Asia and Global South farmers without any discrimination


Validated and Verified
Carbon Removals.

Fully Regenerative

We promote ecological diversity, improved soil health and local wellbeing.


We invest mostly back into the communities to enhance the capacity of carbon removals.


We are confident in our carbon removal approach. We assure buyers get their tonnes removed on-time.

How we approach carbon projects?


Educating farmers & communities about carbon credits and collection of preliminary data from prescribed forms to understand the farming practices followed by the signing of the carbon project agreement

Data Analysis, Carbon Modeling, Project report preparation, and submission of report to Carbon Credit issuing agency for listing the project

Carbon Project Validation and Verification. Once approval, Carbon Credits will be issued


Whether you’re curious about features, how we work, or any other question, we’re here to answer any questions.