Using carbon emissions to create the future of innovation.

Introducing Arbora Technologies.

It’s always said that climate change will be the single largest problem in our lifetime- I would argue that it is the largest problem, not only of our lifetime, but of the lifetimes of those to come. We get one shot at reducing our carbon footprint, and at this point as I write in April 2020, we have roughly 10 years left to keep our world’s temperature below 1.5 degrees Celsius.

People want to help the environment, but not at the cost of their quality of life, and as bad as it sounds- that’s the truth of the matter.

So it’s evident that if we are to cut our emissions fast enough, we’re going to have to make it worth people’s while.

Atomic structure of carbon nanotubes

Innovation is what’s going to get us all out of this mess, and learning to harness natural resources sustainably will move us forward.

And the way we see it, making sustainable sources technology is an investment. By making sure that the building blocks of our tech in the next 5, 10 or even 50 years is sustainable, we can be confident that our world- the one that my partners and I’s generation will work in, the world our younger siblings will learn in, and the world that future generations will be born in- doesn’t ever have to make the choice of sacrificing quality of life over the life of our planet.

  • Arbora Technologies intends to provide a carbon negative solution that reduces the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere
  • Valuable materials can be created from the removed CO2 such as graphene and carbon nanotubes
  • Arbora Technologies addresses the demand for the new innovative material and removes emissions

12th grade student, Activator at The Knowledge Society and Co-Founder of EC Urban Acres. Currently redefining equitable resident focused community development.

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