Moving products between continents has a clear impact on our planet. Coffee for instance, as many other products, grows only on certain parts of the world thus it needs to be transported. By doing so, this action generates an impact on the climate. Planting trees prepares our enviroment for future carbon offset whilst at the same time brings back natural ecosystems to a normal state.

Contribute to the protection of Colombia’s strategic ecosystems, the conservation of water sources, the protection of endangered fauna and flora, and the protection of the environment whilst creating a natural way to absorb carbon. 

The planting area (See Google maps) is part of the Tropical Dry Forest ecosystem, which is highly affected and threatened, being one of the most important in Colombia for the conservation of water sources, native flora, and endemic fauna

All of the trees planted are native species to the region, with the objective of recovering the native flora of the area and of the Tropical Dry Forest.

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A typical tree can absorb around 21 kilograms of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, however this figure is only achieved when the tree is fully grown – Over a lifetime one tree could absorb around 1  tonne of CO2.