M trees
by 2024

We have a problem.

The world has 10 years remaining.

“The world has 10 years remaining to prevent a massive and destabilizing climate change through combined rapid phase-out of fossil fuels, reforestation and other natural climate solutions.”

United Nations Intergovernment Panel on Climate Change


square km of trees have been deforested since 1990


Global net loss of trees per year

Agriculture, Commodity Based Manufacturing, Forestry and Wildfires are the major contributors to global deforestation.


Tonnes of lost carbon sequestration every year.

The Australian bushfires have destroyed over 40 million acres across Australia.

Rapid reforesting response is urgently required.

Extreme weather events directly attributed to global warming are increasing and subsequently accelerating the rate of deforestation through devastating wildfires.

Entire eco-systems and wildlife communities have been wiped out with some species close to extinction. We need to urgently restore these devastated areas and accelerate the reforestation and re-vegetation process.

The 4 benefits of rapid response reforesting and re-vegetating after the Australian bushfires


Restores and rebuilds habitats faster for our wildlife.


Improves air quality and sequesters carbon emitted by the fires.


Prevents carbon and other toxins from fires entering our waterways and oceans.


Improves soil stability and helps prevent climate change disasters including soil erosion and flooding.

We could increase the world’s forest cover by 0.9 billion Hectares without affecting existing cities or agriculture

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Why don't we plant more trees?

Traditional (or manual) planting solutions continue to be slow, labour intensive, expensive and ineffective in mitigating today’s rate of deforestation.


Seedling cultivation time

Seedlings are grown in controlled nursery environments which are expensive and time consuming.

Refrigerated supply lines are required to transport seedlings from nursery to planting area. Some areas are inaccessible either due to difficult terrain or bushfire damage.

Existing manual planting techniques are slow, labour intensive and expensive.

To replant the world’s forests and mitigate global warming we need global sized solutions.

Airseed Technologies

A global and scalable solution.

Reforestation through drone technology, artificial and data driven intelligence.

Airseed Technologies has developed a proprietary, innovative and scalable solution for reforestation and re-vegetation that is faster and cheaper than traditional manual planting practices.


Tree seed pods planted per day vs. 800 seedlings per day by a manual tree planter


Faster than traditional hand planting methods.
80 %
Cheaper than manual planting methods

Advanced drone systems and seed pod technology

AirSeed Technologies uses drone technology, artificial and data driven intelligence combined with innovative seed pod bio-technology to combat climate change through scalable reforestation and re-vegetation

The reforestation process


Mapping, Surveying and Ground Truth Analysis

Terrain mapping, soil analysis and ecosystem modelling occurs to identify beneficial species and respective seed pod bio-tech design.


Seed Pod Manufacture Planting Site Specific

A soil and species specific, nutrient rich seed pod is manufactured onsite using our proprietary seed pod mobile manufacturing plant.


Planning and Planting

Drones fly autonomously, planting up to 2 carbon seed pods per second whilst logging the GPS location of every seed pod planted.


Post Planting Monitoring and Surveying

Re-map planted areas 1–6 months later to monitor seedling growth and implement proactive protection measures if required.