Marketplace Registry

Nori’s supply and demand pipeline for Regenerative Tonnes.
Last updated April 2024.

Historical supply and demand in the Nori marketplace

Issued Regenerative Tonnes: Regenerative Tonnes that have been verified, assigned to suppliers, and ready for sale.
Sold Regenerative Tonnes: Regenerative Tonnes that have been retired or pre-sold.
Projects: A data set of carbon removal practices (e.g. historical and regenerative farming practices) that are used for accounting total Regenerative Tonnes of a project.
Acres: Total area represented in Nori’s projects.

Adding Regenerative Tonnes to the marketplace

Only 5% of voluntary offsets represent carbon removals, which remove excess carbon dioxide that’s already in the atmosphere from past emissions. The remaining 95% of voluntary offsets are either reductions or avoidance offsets, which limit future emissions.

To achieve a livable climate future and ultimately reverse climate change, we need to remove 1.5 trillion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere. Carbon removals are the only way to do this. Every time you purchase a Nori Regenerative Tonne through our marketplace, you support the real-world carbon removers making an impact — and inspire more people to take action.

Before Regenerative Tonnes can be issued and ready for sale in Nori, they must go through a couple of steps to ensure the quality and validity of the carbon removal practices that created them. We partnered with Bayer to bring in 5-7x more Regenerative Tonnes than we've had in our marketplace to date, vastly expanding supply.

selling regenerative tonnes

total sold regenerative tonnes
Retired Regenerative Tonnes
Issued Regenerative Tonnes that are bought and can’t be resold in carbon removal marketplaces.

Issued Regenerative Tonne projects

Incident Reports

Occasionally, Nori’s Regenerative Tonne quantification may deviate from the real number of carbon tonnes sequestered over time. These deviations can result from operational mistakes, as well as carbon reversal that we discover from our suppliers. We make a best faith effort to keep our carbon accounting as truthful as possible. In alignment with placing honesty above all else, we publish these incident reports in hopes that the boosted transparency can help build trust with the broader climate action community.