In short, no. However, it should be noted that most carbon credits available today cannot credibly be used for carbon neutral / net zero claims. See our Blended Tonne whitepaper for more information on this.
In order to make net zero claims, the carbon emissions being addressed should match with the carbon being stored in terms of storage duration. Since most companies are looking to negate fossil fuel emissions, which stay in the atmosphere for hundreds to thousands of years, and Regenerative Tonnes can only guarantee 10 years of carbon storage, a net zero claim cannot be made with Regenerative Tonnes alone. Note that most carbon credits available in carbon markets today do not meet the 100-1,000+ year storage timeline either — it’s mainly future credits (DAC, enhanced rock weathering, etc.) still under development that meet these requirements.
However, when Nori Regenerative Tonnes are paired with future carbon credits, which store carbon for 1,000+ years (but won’t be removed until a future date, e.g., 2027), via our Nori Net Zero Tonnes (NZTs) or by manually pairing Nori Regenerative Tonnes with long-term credits from another marketplace, then a credible net zero claim can be made.