Posted on 2022-02-10

Technologies and the Fight Against Climate Change

We’re currently living in a transformational age. Technology, which was once an alien concept, is now something we can’t imagine living without. It has great potential — and as it continues to scale, technology has become the one thing that can help us fight one of…

Posted on 2022-02-09

Why Transparency in Tree Planting Matters

Current tree planting initiatives offer little transparency and as a result, insufficiently engage and scale. However, once details are known of each tree planted – its precise location, the date of planting, the species, and the farmer taking care of that tree, and you digitize…

Posted on 2022-01-20

Bôndy and EcoMatcher announce partnership to regreen Madagascar

Hong Kong, Antananarivo, January 20, 2022 –  Today, we are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Bôndy, a reforestation social enterprise based in Madagascar. Bôndy was founded with the idea of helping Madagascar change its nickname from ‘red island’ to ‘green island’. Madagascar is…

Posted on 2022-01-19

The Indigenous Land Back movement and the planet

If you’ve been on social media or have been attuned to socio-political and environmental movements, you would have heard of the term “Land Back.” It may seem like a simple term, but it carries a tonne of weight for Indigenous peoples and has a history…

Posted on 2021-12-08

EcoMatcher Announces New Honorary Youth Ambassador

And recognizes 13-year old student, Elodie Lambotte, as the first to take up the role Hong Kong, December 8, 2021 – EcoMatcher, a Certified B Corporation that plants trees for global organizations, has announced the appointment of its Honorary Youth Ambassador, a 13-year old student from…

Posted on 2021-11-29

The Benefits of Plant-Based Diets and Links to Agroforestry

There’s a lot of information about diets: healthy diets, high-protein diets, lactose-free diets. But there’s one type of diet that is unequivocally good for the environment and your body, and that’s a plant-based diet.  November 1st marks World Vegan Day, a day when vegans worldwide…

Posted on 2021-11-11

What Are Planetary Boundaries, And Why Are They Significant?

Earth wasn’t always as unstable as we see it today. Its environment had been relatively stable for thousands of years. Although minor and natural alterations kept happening, the overall environment was feasible for human existence. During this period, civilizations prospered, and the planet was thriving….

Posted on 2021-11-04

From Beer to Ironing Shirts: The Carbon Footprint of Daily Activities

Think about a pizza. What do you imagine? The flavors, for one. Perhaps the ingredients and what you could order to accompany that pizza. Where you might order it from, or whether you can make it yourself at home. Whatever it is, we can guess…

Posted on 2021-10-11

The COP26: All You Need to Know About the Conference Of the Parties

As countries begin to bounce back from the Coronavirus pandemic, the focus now shifts to climate change and timely action. Changes are being made in leaps and bounds: clean energy is currently the cheapest electricity source for many countries. Governments and corporations are throwing themselves…

Posted on 2021-09-29

2021 IPCC Report on Climate Change: What Companies and Individuals Can Do to Help

“Where are we now, and where are we heading?” is a question that pops up frequently. Most recently, it’s come up in the context of the 6th IPCC Report on climate change. The 2015 Paris Agreement—and its goal to keep global warming at least below…

Posted on 2021-09-23

EcoMatcher adds high-resolution satellite maps by Planet to its portfolio

23rd of September 2021 – Hong Kong, San Francisco – EcoMatcher is adding high-resolution satellite data by Planet to its portfolio, offering customers quarterly updates on the forests they have planted through EcoMatcher. Trees’ data collected on the ground with EcoMatcher’s TreeCorder, will automatically be mapped with…

Posted on 2021-09-17

The Value of Trees

Trees are living, breathing historical records. They first took root a whopping 385 million years ago. For context, trees were around during the Ice Age and when the Pyramids of Giza were brand-new. They’re some of the oldest living organisms in the world and have…