The Agoro Carbon Pastureland project is delivering a solution to the world’s carbon challenge that is grounded in the soil. The project implements a package of regenerative agricultural land management activities such as nutrient management, increasing species diversity, rotational grazing, and other regenerative practices to remove GHG emissions from agricultural pastureland. The implementation of these practices achieves a range of beneficial outcomes, including enhanced carbon sequestration rates in the soil, minimized soil disturbance and erosion, and improved forage quality and quantity. As a result, significant improvements in soil, water, and air quality occur, fostering greater biological diversity, and providing vital natural habitats while optimizing ecosystem functioning. The project provides the financial, agronomic, and educational support needed for ranchers to implement regenerative land management practices on pasturelands that not only produce agricultural products sustainably and profitably but also have a positive impact on climate change. Agoro Carbon credits are additional, encompass strong permanence characteristics, contribute to a variety of benefits beyond carbon sequestration, and are reinforced by a robust MRV framework underpinned by physical soil sample measurements. Investing in Agoro Carbon quality credits supports the global transformation of agriculture that will benefit ranchers and the planet. The Agoro Carbon Pastureland project is making a substantial impact, currently managing an impressive 1,351,000 acres (546,730 hectares) with further expansion underway. Throughout its lifespan, it is projected to remove approximately 24 million metric tons of CO2e, making a significant contribution to combatting climate change. Setting Agoro Carbon apart is its pioneering role as the sole developer offering SD VISTa Ag Carbon projects in the market. These projects will incorporate several verified Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) such as Zero Hunger, Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitation, Decent Work and Economic Growth, and Climate Action.