Our Project is U N I Q U E
Abundant fresh air, healthy soil, the elimination of common extreme weather patterns, healthier water, decreased CO2 levels and the increased release of oxygen are all byproducts of planting billions of trees around the world, especially in devastated lands. Abundance is the earth’s natural condition. Humans have overused and polluted her, but we can help return Earth to her vibrancy by regreening the world, locally and beyond.
Combining support for already-existing regreening efforts with related efforts - such as protecting existing trees and forests from excessive logging, supporting sustainable paper alternatives (like coconut and hemp), and promoting education about ecosystems and laws designed to protect them -we can make a true difference in the world.
The goal of the Compassion Tree Project (CTP) is to help return the Earth to her vibrancy by regreening the world locally – and beyond. Imagine a tree (or grove of trees) in every yard, on every school and university campus, on the property of every faith and peace institution, and a Compassion Tree park in every city - each tree representing the commitment and responsibility of ensuring a healthy planet for future generations.
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