Over 100 countries have committed to eradicating deforestation by 2030. The EU has taken one of the first major steps in achieving this goal by publishing a law banning the importation of 7 commodities linked to deforestation
Legislation has been applied on Cattle, soy beans, cocoa, coffee, palm oil, rubber, and timber.
Companies that want to continue to sell these products into the EU or export from the EU need to prove that their products are not linked to deforestation. Traders and agriculture operators won't be allowed to place commodities and products on the Union market nor export them without prior submission of a due diligence statement.
Dimitra offers deforestation certification for farmers, traders, operators and consumer packaged goods companies to ensure every shipment is compliant and meets the regulatory demands.
A combination of satellite analysis, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and mobile technology allows operators to detect deforestation, prove compliance, and reduce the risk of fraud.
Dimitra Deforestation Module
Deforestation is responsible for approximately 10 percent of global warming. We must solve deforestation to combat global warming. Agricultural expansion contributes to almost 90 percent of global deforestation. The EU is banning the importation of the following products when they...
141 nations have pledged to reverse deforestation by 2030, creating a once in a generation opportunity for companies to take part in the global effort to reduce climate change… But this opportunity will come with challenges. To help support this...
Dimitra Deforestation Demo
Deforestation not only is a devastating risk to climate change but is also a business risk to all farmers, importers and food product companies that do business with EU countries and soon 141 countries. These entities need to assess the...
Integrating Cattle Farms Based on Blockchain Technology
Dimitra Incorporated, a global Agtech company on a mission to make its technology available to farmers globally, is collaborating with the University of JAMBI (UNJA). UNJA is a public university located in Jambi City, Jambi, Indonesia. Together with the district government, they have built a traceability-based beef cattle development initiative with the community of oil palm farmers by utilizing blockchain.
Battling deforestation with the help of blockchain and AgTech
Blockchain technology has long been a part of the revolution in global supply chain management and the agricultural business. However, as the world continues to face the adverse effects of global warming and the increasing need to change how companies approach natural resources. This technology has an even larger role to play in battling deforestation.