Treezy Carbon Sink

User can parent a tree remotely or personally through the web portal

Following which a QR code shall be generated to add the details of the saplings on a digital inventory

The details added would be : Specie; Age; Location; Canopy width; Carbon absorbed

A map based interface therefore provides a realtime information on the status of the tree including its planting schedule as well as it’s health indicators

Once planted, a satellite or drone based monthly imagery of the sapling shall be feeded into the algorithm

By processing the colour intensity, the algorithm can process and visualise analysis on the web portal

If for instance the imagery detects severe damage to the sapling or if the sapling is not visible, then it will immediately alert the parent

The same process can be done for not just individual sapling but for microforest systems as well

If for instance the imagery detects severe damage to the sapling or if the sapling is not visible, then it will immediately alert the parent

Digitally Curated Saplings


Environmental domains in the planetary realms are dynamic, and they leave behind a trail of human agency which has a consequence on the landscape. The demand for the commodification of trees has been steadily growing, therefore it is crucial to rely on an adaptive digital framework. Given the increase in volume of trees to be grown in the next 10-20 years, it is imperative that such a resource is catalogued on a digital inventory, thereby building a data bank of the future forest systems in the country.

Intent is to create a database of all the trees that is to be planted and monitor a tree or groves collectively through the web portal to give the user a realtime information of the following aspect for his or her tree: Geolocation; Age; Physical Attributes; Nutrition levels.

This has multifolds benefits such as, building data analytics of sensitive ecological domains in diverse geographies and climatic zones of India. Such elaborate data accumulated over a longer period of time can behave as a foundation of digitising our global commons in near future. And the more important aspect of a digital framework is that it enables the stakeholders to monitor the health of individual saplings as well as forest systems as whole.