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Dendra Systems

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

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Susan Graham

CEO and co-founder at Dendra Systems

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Employees 21–50
Headquarters United Kingdom
Dendra Systems enables faster, more effective, more scalable restoration of the world's native forests through specialised data ecology and analytics. Dendra Systems works with mature, regulated industries that already pay to restore native ecosystems and provide full stack ecosystem management, from ultra-high resolution monitoring to detailed environmental reporting and aerial seeding. The company disrupts legacy practices with proprietary data and analytics and aerial drone planting, which scales operations, improves outcomes, reduces costs, and helps quantify improvements. It is the most effective, at-scale way of enabling countries and companies to powerfully offset carbon emissions. Its end-to-end system is designed to help biodiverse ecosystems rehabilitate and thrive.

Currently Operating in Three Regions

Press Mentions

November 2, 2022

Green future in focus at International Mining and Resources Conference in Sydney

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March 16, 2019

From fashion to farming, these pioneers are making a difference

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April 12, 2018

5 Things People Are Doing to Restore the Planet

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April 29, 2019

Tropical forests are dying. Seed-slinging drones can save them

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May 23, 2018

Alberta drone test could show faster, cheaper way to replant forests

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November 3, 2017

Forests lost in wildfires could be replanted by drones

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Posted October 21, 2022

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