The tool, NatureHelm, provides a subscription-based platform where large corporate entities or individual landowners can track significant species and ecosystem markers on their properties. The platform also provides analysis of how factors are changing over time and recommendations to improve biodiversity outcomes. NatureHelm plans to launch this month. The need for such toolkit and monitoring is in response to the rise of greenwashing by private industries and rapid takeover of certain forests for carbon taxation deals. NatureHelm allows companies, landowners and climate activists to monitor the ecosystems. It allows producers to monitor their supply chains, as governments around the world increasingly consider regulations that require businesses to account for biodiversity. The makers of the application are currently testing the software in countries such as Indonesia, Guatemala, Mexico and Costa Rica.