Trees and plants can capture carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, and feed on it to grow. This project consists of working with a group of coffee farms to increase the amount of carbon captured by their plant population. This includes the management and conservation -for 100 years- of about 150 hectares of forest.
Recharging a water table is not an easy task; it involves thousands of hours of work in giant extensions of land. Together with Grupo Modelo, we are operating a project that seeks to recharge 1.3 million cubic meters of water per year to one of the most important aquifers in Mexico.
Through photosynthesis, trees capture carbon dioxide (CO2) and release oxygen (O2) into the air we breathe, cleaning it and carbon (C) becomes a part of the tree’s trunk and branches. Through forest management, we can increase the amount of CO2 captured, and also make sure it stays captured for generations. This is an extremely efficient tool in the fight against the climate crisis.
Agricultural activities are a major source of emissions of powerful greenhouse gases, especially nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4). Under international standards, Toroto carried out the identification and measurement of both direct and indirect emission sources for four coffee farms on more than 700 hectares.
At Toroto we are convinced that in order to achieve carbon neutral society, the participation of all companies is necessary, no matter how small or large they are. This is how we measure the carbon footprint of three pharmacies located in Tehuacán, in which six people work.
Purple Technology's carbon footprint measurement project is proof of the need for environmental commitment from companies around the world to fight the climate crisis. Even though Toroto and Purple Technology are companies operating in different countries, it is possible to carry out accurate, comprehensive, complete, transparent and comparable inventories and emissions reports.
This article presents 3 technological pillars that will help us fight the climate crisis by improving the carbon market.
At Toroto we know several ways to monitor wild animals in our project areas. Our favorite tool is the trap-camera
Toroto is a Mexican project developed by a highly motivated team of individuals dedicated to one thing and one thing only: composing bio-digital jazz.