CarbonSpace specializes in carbon monitoring and reporting for terrestrial ecoregions globally. Our expertise extends across agricultural lands, forests, and grasslands. We support a range of projects, from food supply chain monitoring to reforestation and conservation area assessments.

Geza Toth’s expertise lies in leading the development of innovative digital tools for accurate carbon monitoring in the land sector, crucial for implementing the SBTN guidance. His Ph.D. and extensive business development experience in the sustainability and agrifood sectors, including leading roles in Ferrero and Barry Callebaut, equip him with a deep understanding of the scientific and practical aspects of sustainability. With over 15 years of experience in integrating industry needs with applied science, he is adept at guiding companies towards achieving their climate targets, leveraging knowledge in both technology innovation and corporate sustainability.

Robert Granat leads the development of a cutting-edge digital Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (dMRV) tool for the land sector, ensuring high-quality science data products. His expertise includes over 20 years in remote sensing, machine learning, uncertainty quantification, and geospatial statistics. His role as the science algorithms lead for NASA/JPL’s Orbital Carbon Observatory 2 (OCO-2) mission has equipped him with deep knowledge in producing and validating quantitative climate measurements.

Vitaly Pashkin brings expertise in land carbon accounting and the use of innovative tools to enhance accuracy and transparency in the industry. His role involves guiding companies through setting climate-related targets, particularly in food supply chains, afforestation, and conservation areas. He has over five years of experience in business analysis and consulting, focused on the development and implementation of remote sensing tools.