Webinars
Nori’s success to meet the needs of participants in the carbon removal marketplace depends on the input from buyers, suppliers, and industry experts. Our webinars allow them provide feedback to and learn about the system we are designing.

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Join Nori in kicking-off its webinar series! We’ll talk about where Nori is in development, answer any questions, and gather input on you’d like to discuss in the series. This is your opportunity to get updated on Nori’s progress, and to find out how to get involved.
  • Nori’s progress to date: Reversapalooza, platform development, methodology development

  • Opportunities to get involved as an earlier adopter (buyer, supplier, verifier)

  • How to comment on Nori documentation and methodologies

Nori covers how to measure carbon increase in soils. We’ll walk you through what data is needed in order to list your projects on the Nori marketplace. We’ll demonstrate how to enroll your project in the marketplace and list CRCs. We’ll lightly discuss how verification is involved in this process. We’ll discuss how carbon increase in soils is determined and how to maximize the total amount of CRCs you can sell on the Nori marketplace by providing different data points.
  • Data requirements for listing your project in the marketplace

  • How CRCs are calculated based on estimated carbon in soils

  • How CRCs are rated based on given data and quality of that data

Nori connects buyers and suppliers in the world’s first carbon removal marketplace with a mission to reverse climate change. This webinar will take a deep dive into how the Nori marketplace and underlying infrastructure will enable buying and selling carbon removal certificates (CRCs).
  • Pricing mechanism of CRCs: forwards contracts and spot auctions

  • How Nori will ensure carbon removal is permanent

  • How to buy & sell NORI tokens, exchanging them for CRCs and USD

Nori explains how verification of carbon removal certificates works. We’ll review the Nori methodology for verifying project data provided by suppliers (agricultural producers). We’ll highlight key aspects of the Nori verification protocol. Registered participants will receive the draft verification methodology in advance.
Join Nori for a more in-depth look at the verification and methodology requirements for carbon sequestration in US croplands. A current draft of the methodology will be provided to all webinar registrants prior to the webinar. We will review comments and explore improvements and potential solutions based on document feedback.
This webinar kicks off a collaboration series of the New Carbon Economy between Nori and Volans. The series is geared towards forward-looking sustainability and innovation professionals who want to learn about market-based solutions for addressing the greatest challenge of our time: climate change.
  • Successes and failures for getting pollutants out of the environment

  • Strategies to reduce carbon emissions for companies

  • How to make carbon markets effective

  • Implications for carbon intensive industries

This webinar is the second series of the "New Carbon Economy," a collaboration between Nori and Volans. It featured Volker Sick, Director of the Global CO2 Initiative at the University of Michigan and Klaus Lackner, Director of the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions at Arizona State University, in conversation with members of the Volans and Nori teams.
  • Current best practice in accounting for carbon removal

  • Common methodological challenges in applying life cycle assessment (LCA) to carbon capture and use

  • Nori’s framework for generating “Carbon Removal Certificates”

  • What it will take to create universally accepted standards and protocols

  • What it will take to create universally accepted standards and protocols

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