Gazelle is on a mission to restore our planet's natural carbon sinks
Elephant near the Gazelle team's camp in Shorobe, Botswana (Picture credit: Andrew Kim)
Gazelle's journey begins with a group of serial founders, engineers, and academics passionate about using technology to solve ecological challenges. After witnessing the impacts of desertification and climate change in the Kalahari, our team wanted to incentivize long-term sustainability in a way that environmental benefits could be quantified, tracked, and verified for communities.
Gazelle was founded in 2022 and spun out of partnership with the Digital Landscapes Lab to commercialize decades of critical research. Since then, our team has build novel technologies to enhance transparency in carbon markets and spurred conservation projects in southern Africa.
Dr. Thoralf Meyer
Co-founder, Chief Scientist
Co-founder, VP Science
Remote Sensing Scientist
Dr. Kebonye Dintwe
Field Manager (Botswana)
Transparency for Carbon Markets
Gazelle is building the tools to power project developers, auditors, buyers, and stakeholders in the VCM at-large