Information about tree planting

Climate change is the greatest threat to the world's animals, our nature and to humanity.

Climate change is caused by global warming, which in turn is created by greenhouse gases. Since humanity began what we today call industrialism, about 100 years ago, the level of the greenhouse gas Carbon dioxide (CO2) has increased dramatically from 280 ppm to today's level of over 415 ppm, which is the highest level in over 3,000,000 years.

Planting trees (biomass) is definitely the cheapest and most efficient way to reduce CO2. By planting trees, we can all help reduce CO2 levels. Trees absorb CO2 and produce oxygen, and by planting trees we can help biodiversity, prevent land erosion, prevent desertification and much more. Planting trees reduces the pressure on the oceans to absorb CO2, which in turn prevents the ongoing acidification.

The Perfect World Foundation has started a global tree planting project together with world-famous BBC profile Sir David Attenborough, who in September 2018 planted the first tree in the Botanical Garden in Gothenburg.

Tree Planting Project:

In the coming years, The Perfect World Foundation will launch a number of different tree planting projects around the world, all projects with slightly different purposes but with the common denominator to reduce CO2.

In addition to reducing CO2, these trees will contribute to reduce land erosion, desertification, create new protected areas for Elephants, Orangutans, Tigers and more

Trees and CO2 reduction:

More interesting than how many trees you plant is how much CO2 you reduce in relation to each invested dollar. Some trees are larger than others, some are smaller, some trees grow very fast and some very slowly, some trees may only be 30 years old while others may be over 1,000 years old, and in some areas of the earth trees grow faster than in other areas. Due to all these different conditions, it is impossible to say how much a tree costs or how much CO2 a tree absorbs. By supporting The Perfect World Foundation and the various tree planting projects, you are also supporting the organization's work to support and increase knowledge about animal and nature areas in crisis.

As The Perfect World Foundation launches new tree planting projects in various parts of the world, the opportunities for our "tree planting supporters" will also increase, and you will be able to specifically choose which cause or animal you want to support through your grant, or maybe you choose to plant trees only for to reduce CO2?

The cost of planting and helping a tree to survive is about USD 1-5 depending on where on earth, what kind of tree, how much you need to spend on subsequent work after planting, watering, thinning etc.

Climate compensation through tree planting:

You can CO2 offset your workplace or your own climate impact through The Perfect World Foundation. A Swedes normal impact on the climate can be compensated for about USD 10 per month. If you need more information you can contact us here.

Information on tree planting

Climate change is the greatest threat to the world's animals, our nature and to humanity.

Climate change is caused by global warming, which in turn is created by greenhouse gases. Since humanity began what we today call industrialism, about 100 years ago, the level of the greenhouse gas Carbon dioxide (CO2) has increased dramatically from 280 ppm to today's level of over 415 ppm, which is the highest level in over 3,000,000 years.

Planting trees (biomass) is definitely the cheapest and most efficient way to reduce CO2. By planting trees, we can all help reduce CO2 levels. Trees absorb CO2 and produce oxygen, and by planting trees we can help biodiversity, prevent land erosion, prevent desertification and much more. Planting trees reduces the pressure on the oceans to absorb CO2, which in turn prevents the ongoing acidification.

The Perfect World Foundation has started a global tree planting project together with world-famous BBC profile Sir David Attenborough, who in September 2018 planted the first tree in the Botanical Garden in Gothenburg.

Tree Planting Project:

In the coming years, The Perfect World Foundation will launch a number of different tree planting projects around the world, all projects with slightly different purposes but with the common denominator to reduce CO2.

In addition to reducing CO2, these trees will contribute to reduce land erosion, desertification, create new protected areas for Elephants, Orangutans, Tigers and more

Trees and CO2 reduction:

More interesting than how many trees you plant is how much CO2 you reduce in relation to each invested dollar. Some trees are larger than others, some are smaller, some trees grow very fast and some very slowly, some trees may only be 30 years old while others may be over 1,000 years old, and in some areas of the earth trees grow faster than in other areas. Due to all these different conditions, it is impossible to say how much a tree costs or how much CO2 a tree absorbs. By supporting The Perfect World Foundation and the various tree planting projects, you are also supporting the organization's work to support and increase knowledge about animal and nature areas in crisis.

As The Perfect World Foundation launches new tree planting projects in various parts of the world, the opportunities for our "tree planting supporters" will also increase, and you will be able to specifically choose which cause or animal you want to support through your grant, or maybe you choose to plant trees only for to reduce CO2?

The cost of planting and helping a tree to survive is about USD 1-5 depending on where on earth, what kind of tree, how much you need to spend on subsequent work after planting, watering, thinning etc.

Climate compensation through tree planting:

You can CO2 offset your workplace or your own climate impact through The Perfect World Foundation. A Swedes normal impact on the climate can be compensated for about USD 10 per month. If you need more information you can This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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