Nature-based carbon removal lacks trust
Nature-based carbon removal needs access to capital. At the same time, lack of transparency and a history of poor integrity present barriers to securing funding. This stifles the market’s growth at a critical time - we need to remove several gigatons of CO2 as quickly as possible if we are to keep global temperatures from rising beyond 1.5°C.
Many climate projects are costly and risky without offering a verifiable impact or return.
Existing products often do not monitor the captured CO2. This makes their impact on net zero claims unclear at best.
High quality projects cannot happen without up-front funding. Low trust in the market severely restricts available capital.
A dynamic carbon removal claim with measurable impact
By purchasing shares, you acquire a fraction of the carbon sequestered by Gold Standard certified projects. As the sequestration capacity grows, your shares reflect this value by emitting a credit dividend stream.
Reach net zero verifiably
Invest in measurable carbon removal instead of reduction or avoidance credits.
Own an intangible asset
From a financial point of view, carbon shares are an intangible asset on your balance sheet.
Profit from share growth
Benefit from the growth of the project in the form of a carbon credit dividend.
Sequestration model of our pilot-project in Columbia
The mechanism behind carbon shares
Invest in a sequestration capacity. Over time, this capacity grows and with it the actual CO2 storage.
In addition to the Gold Standard certification, we use remote sensing technologies to monitor the amount the amount of CO2 sequestered by the project.
Growing projects, rising carbon prices and dividend payouts make for an attractive investment.
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Impact Labs GmbH certifies nature-based climate projects with the aim of dividing the CO2 storage potential resulting from the projects into shares for the purpose of contributing in long-term removal and sequestration of CO2 (so-called carbon shares). In conducting its services, Impact Labs GmbH does not offer or create an investment product within the meaning of Art. 4 Abs. 1 Nr. 15 of the Directive 2014/65/EU or pursuant to Sec. 2 para. 11 of the German Banking Act (KWG) or Sec. 2 para. 5 German Investment Firm Act (WpIG) and (therefore) does not provide any banking business or financial service in accordance to Sec. 1 para. 1, 1a of the German Banking Act (KWG), investment service pursuant to Sec. 2 para. 1 German Investment Firm Act (WpIG). Impact Labs GmbH also does not provide a payment service pursuant to Sec. 1 para. 1 of the German Payment Services Oversight Act (ZAG). Hence, Impact Labs GmbH does not require the respective licenses to be granted by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and is therefore not licensed or supervised by this authority.