A Unifying Program to Grow Forests Around the World
With Layers of Social + Environmental Impact
Let’s plant life together, in honor of all those we love, through
this impactful initiative that supports all life on earth.
Our program supports the
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The UN Environment Programme's Trillion Tree Campaign seeks to repopulate the world's trees to combat climate change with a nature-based solution.
Join us in planting trees to grow the One Heart Forest Global Initiative for the benefit of all those we love. We’re all in this climate crisis together, and it’s up to us to provide solutions. Who will you plant trees for?
Let's collaborate by growing this unifying program as one, to show our commitment to take care of all life on Earth. Together, we'll bridge our environmental crisis with something that's close to all of our hearts – human connection.
We utilize compelling storytelling in support of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and the UN Environemt Programme's Trillion Tree Campaign. Join us in action to protect all life on Earth.
Fruit trees to provide nutrition and further income
Mangrove trees to protect shores and preserve biodiversity
Every day, trees benefit us in a wide variety of ways. No matter where they’re growing in the world, they positively affect us all.
Trees provide one third of the oxygen we breathe. As trees grow, they help reduce climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. They also remove pollution from the atmosphere, improving air quality and human health.
Trees lessen the amount of stormwater runoff, which reduces erosion and pollution in our waterways, reducing the effects of flooding.
Many species of wildlife depend on trees for habitat. Trees provide food, protection, and homes for many birds and mammals as forests house 50% of all life on the planet.
Those are only a few of the ways trees protect humanity and are essential to our ecosystem. However, over the past 100 years, mankind has been destroying our great protectors through deforestation and carbon output, causing a rise in temperatures and adding to global warming. It’s up to us to find solutions.
By far the most cost-effective of all the big solutions is to protect and restore forests while reducing carbon emissions. That’s why we’ve joined the trillion tree campaign and why we’re inviting individuals and forward-thinking corporate leaders who understand that trees are a critical tool in the fight against climate change.
This effort could capture an estimated 200 gigatonnes of carbon over the coming decades, an amount equal to two-thirds of the pollution produced since the Industrial Revolution.
Planting 1 trillion trees won’t be easy, but each one of us can make a difference. Together, we can create the kind of change needed to heal our planet.
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Power outages due to extreme storms cause an array of problems. More than 4.5 million homes and business were affected in Texas alone in February 2021.
Droughts are becoming more widespread and getting worse each year. In California, as well as other regions, drinking water is threatened from lakes drying up.
Experiencing an extreme weather event can cause stress and other mental health consequences, particularly when a person loses loved ones or their home.
Exposure to extreme heat can lead to heat stroke and dehydration, as well as cardiovascular, respiratory, and cerebrovascular disease.
Food prices will keep going up due to heatwaves and droughts causing crops to fail. Eventually there will be a shortage of food.
Insurance, heating and air conditioning prices for homes and businesses will keep rising due to severe weather conditions.
Beer supplies will suffer because hops have been plagued by drought and barley has been damaged by heavy rain.
The high heat index is bleaching and acidifying coral reefs, causing them to die due to rising temperatures. They're an important part of our eco system and we depend on them for the food chain.
Coffee production is suffering because they need cool mountain slopes to grow, so prices are going up and there will be a shortage.
Cherokee Uniforms stepped up to honor healthcare workers lost around the world to Covid-19 with a donation of 115,000 trees.
They also launched a new eco-friendly line called Euphoria.
David Block, also known as The Human Experience, created tree sculptures and committed to donate 100% of the proceeds to planting trees with us, as well as other organizations doing good for the world.
His donation thus far has totaled 115,000 trees from purchases by Brock Pierce, Crystal Rose, and Raghu Kilambi.
Raghu Kilambi of Kirarv Capital kicked off the entire program on behalf of all US healthcare workers lost to Covid-19 and all the children in the US who lost a parent to Covid-19, for a total donation of 44,000 trees.
He later purchased a tree sculpture made by David Block who made an additional donation of 50,000 trees on his behalf.
Rene Ramos donated 5,000 trees to honor those we've lost and to support our planet.
Republic Investment Group donated 20,000 trees In loving memory of those we have lost, committing to take care of all life on Earth.
Tyler Bacon donated 3,330 trees to support a healthier planet for all.
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