Unlocking the Power of AI: How Bluebell is Revolutionizing the Carbon Offset Market
Here at Bluebell we are in a mission to constantly exploring new ways to make a positive impact on the environment.
Specifically in the area of AI, the world has seen, over the last few months, several initiatives and innovative solutions surprising us every day. Now, is the best time to create innovations at the service of mother nature using AI, this is the main purpose of our tech squad.
With AI, we have the potential to unlock new insights and possibilities for protecting our natural assets like land, soil, water, and biodiversity.
In this article, we are going to explore what Bluebell is doing with AI tools to evaluate natural assets and their carbon offset potential. And we will try to explain why we believe AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we measure and evaluate our natural resources.
A quick look to the Carbon Offset Market
First, let’s talk about the carbon offset market. This is an emerging market that aims to incentivize the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by investing in projects that promote carbon capture and storage, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and other sustainable practices.
The key is that these projects all involve the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, which can be measured and quantified in carbon credits.
Now, let’s talk about the role that AI can play in this market. One of the biggest challenges facing the carbon offset market is accurately measuring and verifying the impact of these projects.
Traditionally, this has been done using manual methods like on-site inspections and third-party verification. While these methods can be effective, they are also time-consuming and expensive. That’s where AI comes in.
Here at Bluebell our technology and science teams are using AI to analyze vast amounts of data from a variety of sources, including satellite imagery, air quality monitoring, and weather data.
With the addition of machine learning our models are being used to track changes over time, and to evaluate the impact of carbon offset projects with greater accuracy and efficiency than ever before.
But AI isn’t just about measurement and verification. The examples I mentioned above are just a small fracton of the potential of this tool.
It can also be used to identify new opportunities for carbon offset projects that might have been overlooked using traditional methods. We are just starting to unlock the application and the months and years to come we will see a lot of great things happening in terms of climate solutions.
Our Unique Approach
Bluebell joined Environmental Science and Computational Science to enable new ways to value the real Environmental Assets, our Water, our Soil and our Biodiversity.
We are putting into operation a robust digital platform with unique mathematical models that will bring assets to a vision of value never seen before about our Ecosystem. Our CTO Abel Aarão explains in more details what we are developing in-house.
“Mathematical Models use gigantic masses of data on Remote Sensing, Local Sensing, added to Environmental and Social issues will generate unique indices on real environmental assets. These digital assets will be at the service of the Environment through their breakdown into assets tokenized in a robust way on a blockchain.
The world can no longer lose even a second to implement the urgent actions necessary to combat global warming, we at Bluebell feel totally engaged in a vital purpose of survival on the Planet, putting all our scientific potential in this objective of humanity.”
We know that there are questions about the accuracy of AI models, and about how to incorporate local knowledge and expertise into AI-based decision-making.
At Bluebell we are using high standards to develop our solution and everything is always evaluated by peers. The chalenge is big, but overall, we believe that the potential benefits of using AI in the carbon offset market are too great to ignore.
As a climate startup, we are excited about the potential for AI to help us protect our natural assets and combat climate change. We stay focused in our mission to create a more sustainable and resilient future for ourselves and for future generations.