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Samsung using blockchain for reforestation project in Madagascar

Samsung America plans to plant two million trees in Madagascar by the end of the first quarter of 2022 in an effort to help sequester CO2 from the atmosphere and combat climate change. Blockchain company veritree will monitor the initiative to track and trace the reforestation process.

Feb 04, 2022 by by Ledger Insights
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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'
Environment Blogs · Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.


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Samsung using blockchain for reforestation project in Madagascar

Samsung America plans to plant two million trees in Madagascar by the end of the first quarter of 2022 in an effort to help sequester CO2 from the atmosphere and combat climate change. Blockchain company veritree will monitor the initiative to track and trace the reforestation process.

Feb 04, 2022 by by Ledger Insights
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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.

Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes
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