Treefera Raises $12M in Series A Funding Round


London-based Treefera has successfully raised $12 million in a Series A funding round led by AlbionVC, just seven months after its $2.2 million pre-seed round. This funding aims to bolster the platform’s capabilities, expand its global team, and strengthen its position in the nature-based asset data landscape.

With partnerships including Anew Climate, ACCIONA, and Maple Credits, Treefera is poised to revolutionize supply chain transparency, offering immediate insights and fostering a community united in combating climate change. The strong investor support underscores Treefera’s potential to address significant challenges in carbon offsetting and supply chain transparency, positioning itself as a key player in the transition to a net-zero future.

Founded by Jonathan Horn, former Managing Director at J.P. Morgan, and Caroline Grey, former Chief Customer Officer at UiPath, Treefera utilizes AI algorithms and a vast database mapping over one trillion trees worldwide to address trust issues in carbon offsetting. Their platform offers transparency and accuracy in reporting nature-based assets like carbon credits and supply chain sustainability.

By integrating satellite, drone, and ground truth data with AI algorithms, Treefera provides continuous monitoring, assurance, and risk evaluation, delivering insights on commodities provenance, deforestation risk, carbon credits, and supply chain sustainability. Their comprehensive repository of data integrates seamlessly with client systems through an API, enabling real-time monitoring, evaluation, and reporting on nature-based solutions.

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