Every day people walking around were asking what kind of trees they were, growing every day higher and higher. Basically, the positive planting experience and the ignorance of people were the moment when the decision to continue on society and global level was made.
“Our study shows clearly that forest restoration is the best climate change solution available today and it provides hard evidence to justify investment, if we act now, this could cut carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by up to 25%, to levels last seen almost a century ago.”
Prof Tom Crowther, author of The global tree restoration potential
The basic aim of our initiative is to combat climate change and mitigate its negative impacts. Climate change affects all of us, directly or indirectly. Unfortunately, inadequate steps are being taken at the government level to mitigate, reduce climate change, as the priority is to preserve jobs, GDP growth and, in this way, to maintain political votes. Therefore, it is time to take the solution in our own hands and create an initiative from below, directly among people. Thanks to this initiative, shareholders can jointly take action to reduce climate change, not only in the form of reflections and various agreements, but in the form of concrete activities, planting fast-growing trees, the species of Paulownia. This tree has an amazing qualities that have a positive impact not only on our climate/environment, as well as parameters for industrial use that will ensure a sustainable business model for the whole initiative. Through the initiative and the cooperation of the partners involved, millions of trees can be planted in a relatively short time in order to create green areas with all possible, positive benefits as well as the economic benefits of the involved partners.
Paulownia is considered to be an unique tree for its unusual environmental and regeneration characteristics. Paulownia prevents erosion, enriches the soil with humus and allows more efficient soil remediation under heavy metals. Paulownia has large, hairy leaves whose very important task is to clean the air from CO2, dust and smoke. Based on analyzes, the Paulownia tree can remove 21.7 kg of carbon dioxide, release approximately 5.9 kg of oxygen, and can absorb 56.8 liters of wastewater per day. Thus, it requires significantly less nitrogen and water to produce a certain amount of biomass than plants with a common type of photosynthesis. Wood mass increase is approximately 1 m³ in the 9th year of growth. The large leaf area is the reason for the rapid growth of the tree, because they very efficiently enable the assimilation of solar energy (photosynthesis), they contribute significantly to the storage of CO2 (900 m3 per hectare), making a significant contribution to mitigating climate change in global warming. Growing Paulownia is therefore important for the future of humanity in terms of global warming.