Our Impact

We are more than a consulting company. We are activators and enablers of change. 

The work we do with clients is a source of pride for our team. We form partnerships that go beyond deliverables,  We serve as trusted advisors for companies who have climate change action in their DNA. The same passion and energy that fuels this work also fuels our network and the enabling, insightful programs that we bring to market. Combined, these factors position Carbon A List as genuine agents of impact and amplifiers of results.


Transitioning to regenerative agricultural systems requires investment and funding and coordination across many partners.


CAL wrote a successful proposal to the USDA’s Partnership for Climate Smart Commodities Program


“The team at Carbon A list is chock full of various expertise to cover the gamut of challenging issues to decarbonize agricultural systems.  We rely on them to facilitate brainstorms, develop ideas, and pull together strategies to implement across key segments of our supply chain and ultimately create value for farmers and our company.”

Chris Adamo, VP Public Affairs & Regenerative Agriculture Policy, Danone North America


“I was able to use the problem solution fit framework you taught me about for our latest proposal to the USDA.”

Greg Austic, Co-Founder

The Crop Project 


Identify sources of revenue or scale for their business outside of the sale of the product itself, in support of maintaining/improving biodiversity and driving greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions in the algae supply chain. 


Carbon A List produced a go-to market strategy that helped the business pivot to more profitable and impactful uses of their product.

“Carbon A list team delivered above and beyond our expectations, and opened our eyes to pitfalls and opportunities that we probably would have learned otherwise, but only through expensive mistakes. Their workshopping and deep dive presentation exceeded our expectations and gave us many things to work on in the coming months. We will definitely engage them again.”

Casey Emmett, CEO

United Soybean Checkoff Program


The soil carbon and greenhouse gas (GHG) quantification (LCA, biogeochemical model, etc) and verification systems (soil sampling, remote sensing, etc) for the United States compliance markets either do not accurately account for sorghum or do not include sorghum crops. These systems are rapidly evolving and often do not have clear pathways towards engagement and model enhancements to include and accurately account for sorghum contributions to soil carbon and GHG emissions. 


Delivered a dynamic air table of the rapidly evolving landscape and a report covering pathways forward for sorghum producers to benefit from capturing ecosystem service value 


“If I knew about Air Table and Carbon A List before I wouldn’t have lost all my hair”

John Duff, EVP