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Drones in Myanmar (Burma)

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My name is Elisa Serafinelli. I work as a Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield (UK). I am currently working on a research project titled Drones in Visual Culture

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funded by AHRC Research Council. Lauren O'Hagan is working with me on the project.

I am writing this post as we are looking for drone users to take part in this study. Taking part in this study will give participants the opportunity to display their work in a drone visuals exhibition in June 2021 (if they wish).

If you are interested please contact me at

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Drones plant 40,000 trees a day in Myanmar!

You're read us well, drones can also plant trees! In Myanmar, drones have been used to plant trees and after a year experimenting, first results can now be observed. The seeds are now little trees of 20-inch height growing peacefully in the Asian mangrove. With a drone capable to plant 40,000 tree seeds per day, it doesn't take long to observe a visible effect on the Burmese forest landscape.

Myanmar has an ambitious plan to plant 1 billion trees to restore its mangrove area, regenerate wildlife sanctuaries and protects its shores from rising water levels. By the end of 2019, it is expected to have completed a first half a million drone tree plantings. This is made possible thanks to the incredible dedication and technology of BioCarboEngineering, a small tech start up fighting climate change at drone speed!

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