Here are some short answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Trees naturally absorb and capture CO2 during the photosynthesis process, thus removing it from the atmosphere.
Although it’s still necessary to significantly reduce the amounts of global carbon dioxide emissions as soon as possible, planting trees can help mitigate their negative effects and slow down the rise in temperatures, while measures are being implemented on a larger scale.
We mainly plant birch trees on behalf of our clients and, according to independently conducted research, a single hectare of birch plantation absorbs 475t of CO2 during its 40-year lifespan, which is on average 300kg per each tree.
Yes, each of our customers receives a certificate, listing the number of trees that have been planted.
Yes, you can see the location of your trees in our interactive map, by entering your certificate or order number.