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NEW PROEJCTS

Pacific Northwest USA

 
 
 

completed projects

 

taiwan

Tasmania

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New Zealand

 

In the works for 2020

 

we are committing to Carbon Neutral lifestyle

From 2020 we will offset all of our personal and business carbon emissions. We freely admit that travel is a very big part of this project and we also want to take responsibility, we have chosen to work with World Land Trust for our carbon offsets for a number of reasons.

HOW DOES CARBON BALANCED CONTRIBUTE TO CONSERVATION?

Terrestrial habitats, such as forests, grasslands and wet peatlands, contain large volumes of carbon in their biomass and soils. However, these habitats are being destroyed or degraded at an unprecedented rate, releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere and contributing to between 10 and 20 per cent of global GHG emissions.

The Carbon Balanced programme offsets emissions by protecting threatened habitats that would otherwise have been lost, avoiding the release of stored carbon. This also enables the regeneration of degraded habitats, which gradually re-absorb atmospheric CO2.

 
 
 
 
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Western Australia tree project

Early next year we will release our 2 newest gigiapixel tree portraits of a Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) and Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii). Both trees have successfully been recorded and we are in the process of compiling the images.

 
 
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eucalypt australia fellowship

Creating 12 months of content for 12 of Australia’s remarkable species of eucalypt. Each month we will feature a species of eucalypt and create a range of educational content about that species. All tied in with the Eucalypt of the Year 2020.

 
 
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Borneo Tree Project Expedition

We have been dreaming about making the project a reality for 3 years now, will 2020 be the year?

 

our camera system

 
 

 

images from our adventures