Our Goal

5 Million Trees Planted by 2025

Why We Plant Trees

Reducing global CO2 Emissions:

According to the site Climate and Weather, 1.5 billion tons of carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere due to deforestation, primarily due to the cutting and burning of forests.

Our Mission

Our Impact

Our Method - 4 Pillars

As trees grow, they help stop climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, as well as releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. Each tree planted will save an estimated 21kg of Carbon per year. Although fully grown trees will absorb more than a sapling, a younger forest will absorb more CO2 than an old forest which makes it essential to educate on how to keep your forest young to optimize this process.  The denser the tree, the more carbon it captures.  That is why the amazon is essential for carbon capture because there are so many hardwood species. 

In general, the best trees to plant are those native to that region, which is precisely what we are doing. They will grow strong with the least risk of disease. In addition, fruit from planted trees will generate income while reducing the pressure of deforestation for economic gain.

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