Using drones to plant 1 billion trees per year to tackle industrial-scale deforestation.

BioCarbon Engineering is changing the world 1 billion trees at a time. Each year, over 15 billion trees are destroyed which consequently reduces biodiversity, impacts environmental health, and decreases job availability. Despite enormous personal and financial investment in planting, a net loss of 6 billion trees remains. Hand planting as a reforestation technique is slow and expensive, and while governments are committed to restoring 350 million hectares of forest by 2030, new technology is needed. BioCarbon Engineering uses data and automation to enable global scale ecosystem restoration. Their focus is on tree planting, monitoring and analytics for mine rehabilitation, and oil and gas carbon offset markets.


Life on Land Climate Action

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Susan Graham

Susan Graham (CEO and co-founder at Biocarbon Engineering) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since September 2016 after participating in Unreasonable Impact UK 2016.

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