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Buy One, Plant One!

Let's Build a Forest Together

Environmental sustainability is at the core of our mission at Pambo. We are proud to partner with Tree Nation to plant a tree with every purchase made on our website. Our projects demonstrate our commitment to sustainable practices and reducing our carbon footprint. Read more about our initiatives and join us in making a positive impact on the planet.

What Tree Nation Does

Recognized internationally and an official partner of the UNEP, Tree-Nation has evolved to plant more than 33 million trees in +70 reforestation projects on 5 continents.

Trees are key pillars of the world for both humans and the environment. They benefit us by purifying water, air and creating better social conditions. They benefit the environment by providing homes for various forms of life, cooling our climate and improving our soil.

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Plant to Stop Poverty

The Plant to Stop Poverty project uses an incorporated approach to advise and help peasantry communities in rural areas to practice agroforestry to fight against prevailing poverty and climate change effects. This method of food and income guarantees security while forests are restored and protected through tree planting. We have previous experience planting more than 1,230,000 trees in other projects in different districts.

Benefits of Planting Trees

Water Purification

Trees help to improve water quality by filtering pollutants and sediment from runoff before they enter water bodies. The root systems of trees can act as natural filters, trapping and absorbing pollutants such as heavy metals, excess nutrients, and pesticides. Furthermore, trees intercept rainfall, reducing the velocity of runoff and allowing pollutants to settle out before reaching streams, rivers, and lakes. As a result, planting trees along watercourses and in riparian zones can help to protect and improve aquatic ecosystems.

Water Supply

Roughly 1/3 of the world’s largest cities rely on protected forest areas for a large proportion of their drinking water. This includes cities such as New York and Singapore.

Water Conservation

Trees play a critical role in regulating the hydrological cycle and maintaining water balance within ecosystems. Through a process known as transpiration, trees release water vapor from their leaves into the atmosphere, contributing to local humidity levels and precipitation patterns. By increasing evapotranspiration rates, trees help to recycle and redistribute water, potentially increasing rainfall in some regions. Additionally, trees can help to recharge groundwater supplies by promoting infiltration and reducing surface runoff, thus contributing to sustainable water management practices.

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Oxygen Production

Through the process of photosynthesis, trees produce oxygen (O2) as a by-product, releasing it into the atmosphere. Oxygen is essential for the respiration of humans, animals, and other organisms, supporting aerobic life on Earth. Trees are major contributors to the global oxygen cycle, providing a significant portion of the oxygen we breathe. By planting trees, we can increase oxygen production and ensure a sufficient supply of clean air for present and future generations.

Absorb Harmful Gases

Trees play a vital role in improving air quality by filtering pollutants and particulate matter from the air. The leaves of trees act as natural filters, trapping airborne particles such as dust, pollen, and smoke. Additionally, trees absorb gaseous pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulphur dioxide (SO2), and ozone (O3), which can have adverse effects on human health and the environment. By removing these pollutants from the air, trees help to create cleaner and healthier environments for both humans and wildlife.

Cooling

Trees cool the surrounding air by providing shade and by a process called transpiration cooling. This is where trees release water droplets from their leaves that cool the surrounding area when they evaporate.

Habitat Creation

Trees provide essential habitats for various species of wildlife and fauna. They offer shelter, nesting sites, and food sources for animals such as birds, insects, mammals, and reptiles. Different species rely on different types of trees for survival, so planting a diverse range of trees can support a wide array of wildlife.

Biodiversity Support

Planting trees contributes to increasing biodiversity in an ecosystem. By providing varied habitats, trees attract a diverse range of species, promoting a healthier ecosystem. This biodiversity is crucial for maintaining ecosystem balance and resilience, as different species interact with each other in complex ways, such as pollination, predation, and nutrient cycling.

 

Climate Regulation

Trees play a significant role in regulating local climate conditions. They absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen through photosynthesis, helping to mitigate the effects of climate change. Additionally, trees provide shade, which can lower temperatures in urban areas and create microclimates that support specific wildlife and fauna adapted to those conditions.

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Medical Properties

Many trees contain compounds with medicinal properties that have been utilised in traditional medicine practices. For instance, the bark of the willow tree contains salicin, which is similar to aspirin and has been used to relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Similarly, the neem tree has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for its antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.

Developing World

Many of the world’s extreme poor live close to a forested area. Food, drink and equipment obtained from these forests can account for up to 28% of total household earnings in some tropical and subtropical regions.

Mental Health

Access to green spaces and trees has been linked to improved mental health outcomes. Planting trees in urban areas creates more green spaces for people to enjoy, offering opportunities for relaxation, exercise, and recreation. Research suggests that spending time in nature can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, while also promoting overall well-being and cognitive function.

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