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Taranis is making an Impact

Environmental, Social, and Governance

Taranis is committed to driving sustainable and prosperous impacts for our stakeholders, including employees, customers, investors, and those in the agricultural communities in which we operate.

We are aligning our business practices with Environmental, Social, and Governmental (ESG) standards consistent with our vision of a technology-enabled, sustainable agriculture industry. Our report provides an overview of the company’s ESG program and practices and highlights the progress made to date.

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At Taranis, we serve an important Purpose: creating opportunities for sustainable and enduring prosperity starting in our local communities and for the benefit of the world.

- Opher Flohr

Chief Executive Officer

2022 ESG Highlights

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Environmental

Committed

To measuring and reducing our Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions

Initiated

An environmental impact assessment

Expanded

Our offering with the launch of an agriculture carbon verification solution

Social

79%

Positive employee engagement score

45.5%

Of new employees hired in 2022 are women

Promoted

Employee development through new leadership training program

Improving Environmental Impact and Food Security

Innovative solutions like Taranis allow farmers to increase productivity and profitability potential and adopt climate-smart agriculture practices to ensure a safer and healthier environment.

Our crop intelligence solutions use artificial intelligence (AI) and remote imaging technologies to automatically detect crop threats. Insights enable farmers to:

  • Increase crop quality and yield
  • Maximize efficiency of fertilizers and crop protection inputs
  • Strengthen global food security & increase nutritional quality
  • Preserve soil health and minimize adverse environmental impact

Helping dedicated land stewards fund their conservation practices

Growers increasingly use farming practices that improve soil health. However, building a scalable and economically feasible conservation validation program remains a challenge worth addressing.

Taranis conservation services provides farmers with simplified application and practice validation opportunities for USDA conservation funding programs. 

“Taranis is redefining how crop input and management decisions are made on the farm. Our service aligns perfectly with USDA’s mission to promote conservation while maximizing profitability for growers. Therefore, we have an edge in obtaining funding from USDA programs for our growers,” Taranis CEO Opher Flohr explains. “I believe this is just the start—as USDA continues to add funding for precise application practices that are unlocked by technologies like Taranis, we will be vigilant to make sure our growers are first in line to receive those funds.”

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