Protect natural forests

The Amazon forest requires protection, for it cannot be replicated.

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Sustainable forest planting

“Plant the right trees in the right place and for the right purpose.” – Rami Jamnadass

Reduce air pollution

Many economic activities increase air pollution.

Enjoy forest retreats

When your rhythms synchronize with nature your comfort levels rise.

Build inclusive environments

Mother Earth is passionate about all her biomes, ecosystems and habitats.

Protect natural forests

The Amazon forest requires protection, for it cannot be replicated.

Reforestation of a natural forest is a worthwhile effort that supports future sustainability. Yet even these projects cannot return the delicate balance within forest ecosystems. It is therefore best to keep economic activity within the indigenous communities that have a symbiotic relationship with their natural environment.

Sustainable forest planting

“Plant the right trees in the right place and for the right purpose.” Rami Jamnadass

Many of the trees planted in recent decades don’t serve sustainability. They might be monoculture plantations. They might be exotics that push out endemic and indigenous trees. They might encroach on non-forest biomes. They might pose a threat to sustainable indigenous practices… To be sustainable, tree planting serves local populations.

Reduce air pollution

Many economic activities increase air pollution.

Poor air quality is associated with the energy and manufacturing sectors.  A possible solution is to apply systems-thinking practices, such as Permaculture to land-use and energy challenges. Forests, which are integral to permaculture sustainable designs, have a significant role to play in purifying air naturally.

Enjoy forest retreats

When your rhythms synchronize with nature your comfort levels rise.

Phytoncides are essential oils released by trees and plants. They assist in slowing your breathing, reducing your anxiety and supporting your immune system recovery. This natural aromatherapy provides a scientific explanation (Yoshifumi Miyasaki) for the ancient-new healing connection between human beings and forests.

Build inclusive environments

Mother Earth is passionate about all her biomes, ecosystems and habitats.

Everything on earth, animate and inanimate, is part of the global sustainable picture. You are part of this larger picture. If you want to leave a sustainable earth for future generations to enjoy perhaps talk to a child about their dreams and aspirations. Or talk to a tree. For trees are generous, social beings. And many of them have been around for thousands of years…

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