Join us on June 29th, 2022 at 3pm EST for a conversation on how Lens for Carbon’s accurate vegetation data and high-resolution imagery can be used for monitoring, reporting, and verifying forest conservation projects with ease.
Monitor your reforestation and other forest carbon projects anywhere in the world. Quantify tree plantings, aboveground carbon, and forest structure at any geographic scale. Generate detailed reports complete with high-resolution site imagery, project metrics and analysis, and historical trends. At just a fraction of the cost of traditional monitoring, Lens for Carbon sets a new standard in digital MRV.
Salo Sciences' high-resolution tree canopy, tree height, aboveground carbon, and tree count data, derived using proprietary satellite-imagery-based ecological modeling, can be viewed and analyzed in Upstream Tech’s Lens. Paired with Planet imagery, Lens for Carbon provides a frequent and affordable option compared to airborne LIDAR or on-the-ground data collection. This webinar will demonstrate how Lens makes it easy to leverage the digital MRV solution for a broad array of workflows. We will save time for a Q&A and discussion with attendees at the end.
David Marvin - An expert in forest carbon mapping and machine learning, Dave leads Salo Sciences' business and analytics operations. After receiving his Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from University of Michigan, he worked at the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Global Ecology and The Nature Conservancy (TNC).
Abby Smith - Abby leverages her background in environmental management as the product manager for Lens. Previously, Abby managed an agroforestry system at the Yale Landscape Lab, worked as a research communications fellow at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and consulted companies on supply chain sustainability. Abby holds a Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.
Tara O’Shea - Tara is Director of Forest Programs at Planet, overseeing the company’s strategy for leveraging its unprecedented earth observation capacity to help improve the world’s ability to monitor global forests today - and account for the value of forests in the global economy tomorrow. Tara holds a Master's of Environmental Management and International Development from Duke University, and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Gettysburg College.