Why the Bagrass Plant?
Effects & Benefits
How to Plant Bagrass
Todays Global Crisis
Anticipated Climate Change
How Trees Fight Climate Change
How Forests Fight Climate Change

Goal: To plant many trees as much as we can. Earth Sphere has a program in five years and every five years thereafter to provide oxygen, at least for the Pacific rim and hopefully the whole world as well. Part of our goal is to equalize the emission of carbon dioxide, methane and other harmful Greenhouse gases into the atmosphere by heavy manufacturing industries. If sustained, the project could serve as "breathing apparatus" that could help prevent further destruction of ozone layers and will help restrain the "global warming" and the " green house effect " that our planet is confronted with.

Program: 1000 Trees are planted per hectare.
The tree specie is"Bagras" (international name: kamarere) also known as the fastest-growing forest timber that only cost $2 to fully grow in 7 to 12 years.

In larger scale of 1,000 trees per hectare with a total of 1,000 hectares will mean 1 million trees.

Prognosis: When a five-year tree- planting-plan is completed, another trees with a five-year plan will be undertaken. On the tenth year, the first trees shall be harvested to finance the planting of the succeeding trees to complete a continous cycle. The growth of the project is a "self-sustaining" and a "growing" program by itself.
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