To date, 153,000 tonnes of CO2 has been balanced which is the equivalent of taking 37,500 cars off the road in a year.
Source: World Land Trust
To date, 13,140 acres of land has been preserved which is the equivalent to 7450 football pitches.
Since the beginning of industrialisation, the atmospheric CO2 concentration has risen from 280 ppm to 405 ppm. This increase by 45 percent (or 125 ppm) is completely caused by humans.
Deforestation is a major source of CO2 emissions, this is because the CO2 absorbed and stored in the trees is released back into the atmosphere when they are cut down.
Deforestation is responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than all the world’s cars, trucks, planes and ships combined.
Between 2003 and 2008, over 2 trillion tons of land ice has melted in Greenland, Antarctica and Alaska.