Sustainability

Ultra Football supports reforestation by planting SeaTrees 
For every purchase, we plant one tree in the Padaidori Island Mangroves.


Planting trees right. Here’s why it is important.

Many of us now know that tree planting plays an important role in keeping our planet alive. But, only a few understand the purpose of planting trees right. 

Because trees act as the lungs of the planet, it is not surprising that tree planting continues to gain popularity. Especially as one of the leading answers to climate change and regeneration.

However, growing a forest goes beyond just tree cultivation. Planting right always takes into account the costs, resources, and long-term effects of forest conservation.

These are some ideas to consider when planting trees for long-term benefits:

Planting trees in the right place for the right purpose

Planting right means cultivating the right species for the right purpose and in the right place. This can be further broken down into the following important points;

Contrary to popular opinion, not all tree-planting projects are helpful. Because some tree planting activities can harm the environment. Therefore, planting trees right requires us to plan forest regeneration with intention and purpose.
    Climate scientists encourage us to plant trees native to a particular region. Because this method is better than the “assisted natural regeneration” process which uses invasive (non-indigenous) tree species. Invasive species are known to negatively impact local soils and plant life.
      Maintaining the variety of trees during regeneration. Often, organisations plant only one tree specie resulting in mono-plantations. However, this planting approach works only for economic interests not environmental concerns. For example, trees like Teak and Eucalyptus serve the lumbering industry rather than ecological needs. 
        Finally, there cannot be a general approach to planting trees. Because each ecosystem is unique in its own way.  Planting recklessly can lead to trees dying early. And decaying wood may in turn become a source of carbon emissions. For instance, this failed Turkish project is an example of tree-planting going wrong.  

           

          Learn more from our partners at Handprint and the projects they support.
          Photos below uploaded from our impact partners that you support with every purchase. Thank you for your contribution to helping the planet!
           

           

           

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