For sustainable society


The cutting-edge planting using drone

Flash Forest will begin the project also in Hawaii in 2020, following the planting near Toronto and in British Colombia, Canada, and plans to plant 300,000 trees. In addition to Canada, the company plans to plant trees in Australia, Colombia, and Malaysia, with an ambitious goal of planting 1 billion trees by 2028.

It is true that it is difficult to slow down the pace of climate change with these efforts alone. However, it may be possible to curb it with technology before it’s too late. We hope that the use of technology will bring about positive changes in global warming.

Photo:Flash Forest

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