Diverse, healthy forests are vital to our well being. Forests are complex, living systems that are home to a variety of organisms. They protect our soils, rivers and lakes and are a valuable recreational resource. Even the quality of the air we breathe depends on forests. Trees store carbon and absorb carbon dioxide thereby reducing the greenhouse effect and global warming.

In the face of threats to the long-term sustainability of humanity and life as we know it; the economical value of trees and forestry are not effectively exploited. This is an area of CPRSX’s focus and speciality. The important commercial characteristics of trees are that they soak up and store (like a sponge) carbon pollution from the atmosphere and that they produce oxygen. The CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan™ is the roadway to Pyrolysis and BioChar for soil detoxification, regeneration and afforestation of redundant farm lands.Trees typically sequester carbon for a period of 10-15 years at roughly 200 to 520 tonnes CO2-e per hectare. Soil detoxification and regeneration with afforestation is the best solution.

Some notable advantages of the CPRSX Carbon Sequestration Afforestation Program , within the framework of JV Partnerships and collaboration with experts provided for by the CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan include:

  • Soil detoxification and regeneration.
  • Pyrolysis and BioChar industries start-up.
  • Additional income streams and working opportunities
  • Cost minimization.
  • Certainty in effective carbon emissions mitigation.
  • Financial and asset based security to ensure durability of protected food production programs
  • Increased research collaborative opportunities, alliances and partnerships
  • Ability to shared information, science and academic progress.
  • Enhanced opportunities for emissions trading and market access for Indigenous Peoples.
  • A template for adapting to modern, hi tech forestry management and care practices.
  • Ability to forward plan and schedule land-use-change when and if required by future generations.
  • Equitable income, revenue sharing strategies.
  • Increased opportunities for wildlife conservation.
  • Environmental Tourism expansion.
  • Employment and income predictability and certainty.
  • Advance socioeconomic spectrum, health services, education and nutritional food.
  • Indigenous and Governmental inclusiveness.
  • Protected food production and afforestation programs reduces and eliminates poverty.
  • Implementing tree counts, audits and verification processes.
  • Provides a unique model for afforestation, forestry care and wildlife preservation.