OpenEarth is building a platform for cities to collect, augment and manage their climate data. We aim to provide ready-to-use data with an intuitive UI and AI support, starting with Greenhouse Gasses Emissions Inventories. By simplifying the user experience, leveraging satellite, IoT and ML-modeled data, integrating with other digital tools, and drastically reducing efforts and costs in data collection, we enable local governments to focus on climate action implementation.
Cities and regions are responsible for over 70% of global emissions but only 5% of cities currently have a greenhouse gas inventory
It generally takes a team of four people to spend six months to collect the necessary data, which tends to be at least two years out of date.
The process requires trained analysts & knowledge is lost when they leave their roles
Collected data is heterogeneous and messy, which makes it hard to aggregate it and manage it for effective action
Existing tools are not user-friendly and don’t integrate across the city’s decarbonization journey.
We leverage next-gen data solutions, including satellite data, IoT, and ML modeling to provide ready-to-use data, and aim to use LLMs to optimize data processes and provide insights across their climate action journey.
By simplifying the user experience and drastically reducing efforts and costs in data collection, we enable local governments to focus on climate action implementation.
By building open APIs, linking tools with different use cases along the full climate action journey
Data is already aggregated for cities to build their inventory
Simplifies the process of building a GHG Inventory
Educates city officials and builds climate action capacity