Advancing solutions that accelerate the drawdown of 1 trillion tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide into agricultural soils
Many of the world’s largest industries have transformed and unlocked new value through digital systems innovation, and now’s the time for agriculture to do the same. The Terraton Challenge rallies innovators to develop solutions that advance The Terraton Initiative, the global effort to remove 1 trillion tons – or a teraton – of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and use it to enrich agricultural soils. Fueling the Initiative with technological innovation and competition, The Terraton Challenge seeks to focus global innovators on agriculture as a climate solution.
In its inaugural year, The Terraton Challenge focuses on three critical areas: technologies that accelerate soil carbon sequestration, methods to quantify soil carbon, and innovative financial offerings that reward growers for capturing and maintaining soil carbon.
Semifinalist Cohort Selection
Out of more than 260 applicants representing 44 countries, 35 semifinalists have been selected by our panel of judges. Learn more about a sampling of the innovators moving into the incubation phase below.