Using drones to plant 1 billion trees per year to tackle industrial-scale deforestation.
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April 18, 2019
These tree-planting drones are firing ‘seed missiles’ into the ground. Less than a year later, they’re already 20 inches tall.
10 drones can plant 400,000 trees in a day — enough to combat climate change in real time.Read on GOOD »
April 29, 2019
In 2017, nearly 16 million hectares of tropical forest was destroyed around the world. The race is on to save them before it's too lateRead on WIRED UK »
April 10, 2019
In Myanmar, a major project is under way: restore coastal mangrove forests—with a little air support.Read on Fast Company »
March 16, 2019
Former NASA engineer Lauren Fletcher’s visit to a deforestation conference hit home. He founded Biocarbon Engineering, which uses drones to plant trees and restore global ecosystems. “I design and...Read on Evening Standard »
February 4, 2019
Deforestation is a major contributor to climate change. This company is looking to reverse this trend with a fleet of seed launching drones.Read on Digital Trends »
May 23, 2018
The massive task of restoring land denuded by fires, drought or human activity might eventually be helped by swarms of drones that can plant almost 400,000 tree seeds a day.Read on Edmonton Journal »
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