We believe in being transparent about how we think about climate change. We recognize that humanity has caused significant harm to the planet, and we want to actively address these issues by collecting and translating Earth science into software that helps companies reduce their impact on the environment.
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We actively seek partnerships and collaborations with like-minded individuals, organizations, and communities to amplify our impact. We believe that working together is essential to drive positive change toward a more sustainable future. Whether it's through joint ventures, co-creation, or open-source contributions, we are committed to fostering collaborative efforts that can make a real difference in healing the planet.
Earth Directory· R1
A shared source of truth to build a better future. As awareness of the climate crisis increases, so does the noise and origin of information. We are working to make a glossary of terms, agreements, companies, organizations and more.
Earth API· R2
A standardized protocol and centralized repository for all Earth science data, enabling seamless search across university, government, and citizen science datasets.
Positive Futures· R1
Inspired by the need to raise awareness of environmental issues and to encourage people to appreciate the beauty and fragility of the planet. The poems are created collaboratively with users, who provide prompts and feedback. The product aims to foster a sense of connection and empathy with the natural world through creative expression.
We are a part of nature, yet we often behave as if we are separate from it. In my surroundings, I observe various species with whom we interact daily, influenced by their migration patterns.
Sounds Of Earth· R0
Our ongoing project is centered on gathering the sounds of species on the brink of extinction. Our goal is to foster a deeper connection with the sounds of nature and contribute to the preservation of what we are losing. Perhaps, in the future, we can utilize this data to assess the health or decline of a biome or region.