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Climate Action Company Boomitra On Time List Of Most Influential

Climate Action Company Boomitra On Time List Of Most Influential

Climate Action Company Boomitra On Time List Of Most Influential

India-West Staff Reporter

SAN MATEO, CA – In its fourth-annual TIME100 Most Influential Companies list, celebrating companies making an extraordinary impact around the world, the magazine has named Boomitra for its success in climate solution innovation.

A 2023 Earthshot Prize Winner, Boomitra is helmed by CEO Aadith Moorthy. “Effective climate action requires prioritizing those most profoundly affected—communities in the Global South. That’s what makes Boomitra a leader in climate action. It’s not just about technological innovation; it’s about fostering climate solutions that resonate with the heartbeat of our global community. We are deeply honored and grateful to be recognized by TIME as one of the 100 Most Influential Companies. This acknowledgment underscores the impact of our collective efforts and inspires us to continue driving meaningful change,” he said.

The company works with over 150,000 farmers and ranchers managing five million acres of land across Africa, South America, and Asia to implement regenerative agriculture practices. Its cutting-edge satellite and AI technology measure soil improvements, tracking the soil’s increased carbon storage over time. Companies and governments looking to offset their emissions can purchase third-party verified carbon removal credits from Boomitra’s marketplace. The majority of revenue generated from the sale of each credit goes directly to the farmer, rancher, or landowner—the key drivers of carbon removal.

Boomitra is committed to advancing climate justice for marginalized and vulnerable farmers in the Global South, who are disproportionately affected by climate change, the company said. By introducing regenerative agriculture practices and providing access to carbon finance, Boomitra empowers these farmers to build soil health and draw down carbon. This approach enables farmers to improve crop yields and enhance food security, creating communities better equipped to confront tomorrow’s challenges with resilience and hope. Boomitra’s reach extends from the Ejidos (community lands) in Mexico’s Chihuahua and Sonoran Deserts, across the expansive Pampas grasslands, to the Masai Mara in Kenya, and smallholder farms throughout India.

Soil carbon offers a powerful solution to the climate crisis. Recarbonizing soils through regenerative practices is one of the most affordable ways to sequester carbon and has the potential to remove 10% of humanity’s annual emissions

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