The system takes images of trees and forests from a variety of sources and combines them with climate, ecosystem and cut plan data to provide utilities with grid-wide visibility and better insights.
To make for an even sweeter deal, these panels could be installed in as little as 20 minutes.
It is made to actively encourage people to bin litter and in return win a monthly jackpot of £10,000.
It directly rewards users with money or coupons when they recycle everyday waste items.
The initiative will also inform wider policies and localized strategies to reduce barriers to healthy lifestyles.
Together with UN Habitat, it aims to produce homes out of plastic waste and provide sustainable and affordable housing for all.
Its platform doesn't seek to replace procurement systems, but rather to bring data, context and transparency to the process.
The main idea is to turn it into the world's most walkable city.
The project will see 300,000 trees planted each year, with over a quarter of million planted already.