Our Sustainability Statement

Consider a future in which you must check the air quality before going for a walk, your eyes frequently water, and you must wear special air filtering masks to breathe properly, and there are constant heatwaves and storms. According to the Times Magazine, we may not have to imagine these things in less than 50 years if we do not take current climate conditions seriously and significantly reduce carbon emissions.
Sustainability entails meeting our own needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet their own. Ecological sustainability entails conserving the productivity of the waters, soil, and ecosystems over time and reducing our impact on the natural environment and people's health to a level that the natural environment and humanity can handle. Rainforests play an important role in ecological sustainability.
Rainforests are known as the "lungs of the world" because they provide approximately 20% of the world's oxygen. Forests and soil also store carbon, which is an important function, especially in this age when humans are releasing so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through activities such as transportation and fossil fuel power plants. They absorb about 20% of the world's manufactured carbon dioxide emissions.
We want to live in a world where it is more profitable to save nature than to destroy it. We've devised a long-term solution to the age-old problem of "the tragedy of the commons". Hence, we buy rainforest real estate from tropical communities and sell it to people all over the world, with the guarantee that the forest will remain untouched.