Our Clients & Partners

The world is at a critical juncture, and the need for sustainable land management solutions has never been more urgent. Everything we rely on, from the food we eat to the clothes we wear, begins with the soil. However, the health of our soil is under threat, and it's time for us to take action together.

Positioned uniquely at the intersection of the farm, food, and fashion supply chains, Downforce Technologies specialises in providing science-led, nature-based intelligence into soil health and soil organic carbon levels (SOC). We understand the pivotal role that soil plays in achieving sustainability goals, and we are here to help drive positive change.

Through the Downforce Partner Programme, you'll become part of a community of like-minded organisations and individuals who are committed to making a lasting impact. By collaborating, sharing knowledge, and pooling resources, we can accelerate progress and implement transformative solutions on a global scale.

Benefits of Joining the Downforce Partner Programme

Collective Action: Join a community of change-makers who are dedicated to transforming the way we approach land management, regenerative agriculture, and environmental stewardship. Together, we can amplify our impact and drive meaningful change.

Access to Expertise: Gain insights from industry experts, scientists, and thought leaders who are at the forefront of sustainable practices. Stay informed about the latest advancements, research, and best practices through exclusive workshops, webinars, and educational resources.

Tech Partnerships: We focus on collaborating with technology providers seeking to integrate their solutions with our Nature Analytics Platform. Our aim is to create an eco-system where cutting-edge technologies converge with our state-of-the-art platform to drive meaningful change at scale. 

Business Opportunities: Forge meaningful partnerships and unlock new opportunities to advance soil carbon projects worldwide. Collaborate on projects, initiatives, and campaigns that align with our shared vision. Together, we can create nature positive projects for the benefit of local communities, improve rural livelihoods while tackling global climate change and food security.

Standards & Regulations: Global alignment of standards and regulations are playing a crucial role in shaping sustainable land management practices. Downforce is actively involved with the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) and we are a member of the Forum and the Nature-related Data Catalyst. The Catalyst brings together a range of actors from across the nature-related data landscape to identify shortcomings in current nature-related data and analytics, and recommend ways to accelerate the development of, and access to, nature-related data, analytics, and tools. We have provided feedback on and are currently working through numerous TNFD pilots (for agricultural supply chains) ahead of the September release of V1.0.

Industry Groups: As active members of leading industry associations across land management, food, drink, fashion, and textiles, we leverage our collective voice to advocate for new solutions that accelerate regenerative agriculture and highlight the importance of soil health.

Furthermore, we collaborate globally with governments, authorities, and NGOs to encourage change at both local and global scales. 

Together, we can create a better future for all. 

Let's work towards a world where sustainability is at the heart of all decisions, and where we can create a more just, equitable, and thriving planet for generations to come.

For further information contact info@downforce.tech

Clients, Partners & Industry Associations

“This technology gives us evidence based insights into the carbon held in our soil over the last 5 years, and how specific changes we have made to our land over time has helped increase our stored soil carbon. This information gives us the confidence to make further changes to land management practices and invest in projects like Leucaena plantings to further increase carbon in the soil.”
Melinee Leather, owner of Leather Cattle Company