WHAT YOU PLANT IS WHAT YOU GET
SIMPLE UNIVERSAL LAW OF PHYSICS… ALL TOGETHER WE MAKE IT QUANTUM.
Reforestation involves indigenous peoples, wildlife, breathable air — even the palm oil in your favorite breakfast spread with your morning coffee. Fundamentally, though, it’s a matter of respecting the conditions for Earth to continue supporting human life.
OF THE MICRODOSING LIFE ENERGY IS REDIRECTED TO REFORESTATION PROJECTS OF THESE ANCESTRAL REMEDIES AND THEIR LOCAL PRODUCERS
Restoration is reWILDing
interconnected systems of living Earth. It actually involves complex, intricate science and arranging a mosaic of social and economic pieces to create the conditions by which nature can do its thing.
WE ARE ALL CONNECTED IN THIS You are part of a Cleaner, Greener, and more Fruitable World
MORE Trees. MORE Oxygen
Nature’s critical role in helping humans survive the climate crisis isn’t hope — it’s science. A recent study found that growing more forest and restoring damaged ecosystems could remove as much as two-thirds of the CO2 that humans have been putting in the air since the 1880s.
Forests are the best and most cost-efficient method for removing and storing consequential amounts of climate-warming carbon dioxide (CO2), in the context of strengthening the response to the threat of climate change, sustainable development and efforts to eradicate poverty.
It is proven that emissions can be brought to zero by mid-century stay within the small remaining carbon budget for limiting global warming to 1.5°C. Our world will suffer less negative impacts on intensity and frequency of extreme events, on resources, ecosystems, biodiversity, food security, cities, tourism, and carbon removal.
To succeed in REBALANCING climate change we have to do two big things: Stop emitting carbon dioxide and remove the excess carbon dioxide we have already emitted. Restoring forests is the best way to do that second part – but not all restoration is created equal. There is a basic concept of No-Interfering with life. Help nature run its course.
NO-INTERFERING con La Vida
It is a real, science-based strategy known as assisted natural regeneration. It is low-tech, high-yield, highly scalable, and 70 percent cheaper than planting new saplings.
The premise of assisted natural regeneration is that the most economical way to restore and protect forests is to acknowledge nature’s resilience, remove barriers to natural regeneration and – where necessary – accelerate it. Given time, trees regrow and forests come back. Assisted natural regeneration simply supports and accelerates the process. What does it look like in practice?
Examples include stopping fires from burning young trees that are naturally regrowing, dispersing seed mixes in degraded areas close to intact forests, and developing national policies that incentivise intensifying agriculture in some areas in order to let others naturally regenerate.
May 18 2020