Global impact from local investments
Using hybrid AI/ML (probabilistic), biophysics-based modeling (deterministic), along with site-specific verification and remote sensing tools, we can predict carbon management outcomes and land sequestration capacity to help ensure accurate quantification and real-time impact.
Our mission is to create an accessible and equitable network for local businesses to reduce carbon emissions & waste, connect with local resources, and directly support local sustainable agriculture and environmental resource management in a transparent and open platform.
We aim to minimize waste streams and close carbon loops within regional networks to create sustainable foundations for moving towards a low-carbon economy and creating resilient social-ecological systems.
Biophysicist, artist, & environmentalist, Danlyn utilizes their niche experience and ambitions to create innovative structures to facilitate climate action. With a BS in Digital Media Production, BS in Biophysics, and currently finishing an MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering, they have dedicated themselves to building tools to help us understand and communicate how soils, plants, water, and people can make a difference in the fight against climate change.
With a BS in Biology, a minor in law and a background in small-scale agriculture, cold-pressed juice, and plant-based food production, Lydia is a passionate sustainable food systems integrator, serial entrepreneur, and is active in several non-profits and projects that connect people with the healing power of plants.
Danlyn Brennan - Amellea Founder
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📍Amellea LLC operates from Portland, Oregon, USA which is on the occupied lands of the traditional village sites of the Multnomah, Wasco, Cowlitz, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Bands of Chinook, Tualatin, Kalapuya, Molalla, and many other tribes who made their homes along the Columbia River creating communities and summer encampments to harvest and use the plentiful natural resources of the area. - (Portland Indian Leaders Roundtable, 2018)
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