Thriving ecosystems are the bedrock of our economy. It’s the air we breathe, the water we drink, the soil we cultivate, and the biodiversity that sustains life. Our collective stock of natural assets makes life possible on this planet, and it's worth valuing.LEARN MORE
We generate industry leading, fully verifiable, net-positive carbon and eco-credits through protocol owned real estate and joint ventures with landowners.
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Poorly managed Natural Capital becomes not only an ecological liability, but a social and economic liability too. The destruction of Natural Capital can be catastrophic for both biodiversity loss and humans as ecosystem resilience declines over time and are more susceptible to extreme weather events and lack of productivity.
Carbon is the building block of life, but to focus on a singular molecule is to misunderstand the complexity of the earth’s natural systems. Resilient ecosystems offer an incredible range of services (including removing carbon from our atmosphere). The climate crisis is also one of biodiversity loss, pollution, and the overdevelopment of our wild spaces. A focus on protecting and restoring natural systems is, in our opinion, a more effective and holistic approach to carbon sequestration with measurable co-benefits for human and non-human life.
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Basin will offer numerous tokenized natural capital assets on the blockchain backed by “real” real estate assets. Although blockchain can use vast amounts of energy under a proof-of-work model, the industry as a whole is moving towards proof-of-stake, which can use 99% less energy than legacy blockchain technology. Basin’s blockchain will operate carbon-positive.
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