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We are thrilled to announce that for every order you make, a mangrove tree will be planted in Madagascar. This incredible initiative is made possible through our partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects and thegoodapi.com.
Mangroves are unique ecosystems found in intertidal areas of more than 120 countries. Mangroves, and coastal wetlands in general, are globally important for the many services they provide to humans and the planet. These services include protection against storm surges, acting as safe havens for fish and marine species, supplying valuable resources like building materials and firewood, and playing a crucial role in stabilizing the global climate by acting as a vital carbon store.
Due to the alarming surge in greenhouse gas emissions in recent decades, the demand for long-lasting carbon sinks has intensified. According to the latest studies, it is no longer sufficient to solely focus on emission reduction and forest preservation to limit global temperature rise within 'acceptable' levels. Instead, it is imperative that we promptly enhance our capacity to capture and store carbon.
Fortunately, mangrove systems worldwide are estimated to store a remarkable 20 petagrams of carbon! Despite covering less than 5% of the Earth's land area, mangroves are actually one of the most critical carbon reserves, surpassing even famous rainforests like the Amazon. What's more, these incredible ecosystems have a unique ability to rapidly absorb carbon dioxide, thanks to their fast-growing species.
By supporting Eden Reforestation Projects, we are actively contributing to the preservation of wildlife diversity, the improvement of coastlines, and the creation of meaningful job opportunities for indigenous populations. So not only will your order bring joy and satisfaction to you, but it will also leave a lasting impact on our environment. Together, we can make a difference by planting trees and creating a greener future for generations to come!
You can read more about Eden Reforestation Projects and the work that they do here: https://www.edenprojects.org/