Carbon Credits for Croplands
PanXchange is building a more robust and efficient market for voluntary carbon removal credits derived from croplands. Despite surging demand for “nature-based” credits from croplands, time to market, total costs, lack of market liquidity, and inability to manage price risk are currently prohibitive factors for farmers. Our team aims to alleviate these issues, thus mobilizing investment to combat climate change and rewarding farmers for regenerative practices.
PanXchange will leverage its institutional-grade trading platform used for regenerative agricultural products such as US hemp to best allow credit sellers to achieve price discovery and obtain fair market value.
While the project initially focuses on US croplands, our business model is scalable to other locations and other nature-based project types such as forestry (REDD+), grassland, and ranching. Our team has already garnered interest from clientele in these business areas with regard to joining the PanXchange platform to market their credits.
Go To Market Strategy
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Carbon Farming Economics
“The Carbon Farm Economics: Producer Level Decision Making” course provides insight into the financial feasibility for farms considering adopting carbon sequestration practices to earn carbon credits. Both traditional and hemp operations are covered within the course while highlighting the value hemp possesses as a rotational crop for traditional enterprises. All operations stand to benefit from the first of many courses meant to inform producers about the economics and risk management of agricultural carbon markets.
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