A tropical hardwood tree absorbs on average 3 tonnes in 18 years
World average CO2 footprint per person, per year is 6 tonnes
It takes an investment of 2 tropical hardwood trees per person, per year to offset the emissions.
Offset your carbon footprint
Agroforestry is utilized to reduce CO2 emissions and to sequester carbon to help mitigate climate change, while at the same time stabilizing the soil and reducing erosion.
Wild trees are often subject to premature harvesting and invasive collection procedures. Using established forestry methods, the surrounding environment is disturbed as little as possible to all for healthy, continual growth for the surrounding forests.
We plant, nurture & harvest 500 tropical hardwood trees on 1 hectare of revitalized land. On average, in a naturally occurring rainforest, it takes 1 hectare of land to produce as much usable tropical hardwood as is found in 1 of our cultivated trees at maturity.