Who Are They?
Leaders paving the way to scale and incorporate greenhouse gas removal technologies into their value chains. Each pioneer plays a specific, crucial role to restore our environment, remove carbon and enrich our industrial and agricultural systems. What unites them is the desire to innovate and rewire processes to put the planet on the path to Net Zero.
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) delivers leading land based agriculture research. SRUC will support field trial and soil sampling services.
The largest integrated forestry business in the UK, BSW will supply virgin feedstock biomass to create high-specification biochar.
The largest dairy cooperative in the UK and Europe, Arla and its farmer owners are committed to incorporating biochar into their sustainability ambitions.
University of Edinburgh
A leading academic institution at the forefront of carbon and soil science. University of Edinburgh will be supporting the development of the platform’s carbon modelling.
dss+ is a leading provider of operations management consulting services, and will deliver life cycle analysis and advisory to BBB, their first spinout.
UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology is a key research partner, providing soil analysis and reporting of the benefits of biochar.
Illustration of network consisting of nodes connected to a central BBB one
Join The Network.
As global systems are rewired, an opportunity exists to optimise value chains with the planet in mind. New partnerships and communities will form to collaborate on the climate project, bringing together pioneers from agriculture, industry and technology. To join the network of producers and users of biochar, or learn about biochar systems and their benefits, get in touch.