All of your daily activities emit greenhouse gases. Your food, your transportation, the heating of your house, taking a shower, watching tv, buying clothes, every single one of your lifestyle choices contributes to the production of these gases, most commonly expressed in kilos of carbon, or CO2.
This CO2 is absorbed in the atmosphere and causes an increase in the temperature on Earth, also known as “global warming”, a big threat to all life on the planet.
The first step in the fight against global warming is to reduce your carbon footprint as much as possible. Next to reducing the amount of CO2 you emit, you can join our carbon compensation project.
Trees, bamboo and oceans act as ‘carbon sinks’, places where CO2 is stored, instead of released into the atmosphere.
By planting bamboo you directly contribute to the absorption of carbon and the fight against global warming.