The choice natural resource for PANDO is the fast-growing tree or “hybrid tree”. These are refined Eucalyptus and Paulownia trees which can grow up to 20 meters in just 3-4 years and offer a large-scale source of strong and natural furniture and construction material in a relatively short amount of time. Because wood is one of most sought-after natural commodities on the planet, creating vast plantations of fast-growing trees helps supply the demand for wood without the necessity of deforestation and destruction of natural habitats.
Trees are one of the most beneficial resources known to man — they absorb CO2 from the atmosphere and store it away in their timber while releasing oxygen that we can breathe. For every cubic meter of wood used as a substitute for other building or furniture
For every cubic meter of wood used as a substitute for other building or furniture material, there is a reduced CO2 impact on the atmosphere by an average of 1.1 tons of CO2. In today’s CO2 saturated atmosphere and with the threat of climate-changing effects looming on the horizon, nothing could be more important than having more trees to counter the amount of C02 in our air. These fast-growing trees are grown in Central Africa, where the tropic climate, open spaces and plenty of sun give the best result.
These fast-growing trees are grown in Central Africa, where the tropic climate, open spaces and plenty of suns makes an ideal location for large-scale tree plantations. This region of the world consists of struggling economies and disadvantaged communities where foreign investment has the potential to change lives for the better. Bringing jobs to rural regions through investment not only improves life in the present — it grants the population better terms of developing and advancing their own future and communities.
In today’s economy, the value of money has become little more than a policy of Supply & Demand. There is no longer a currency reserve that accounts for the production of money, whose value is epitomized by the rise of more than 3000 digital crypto currencies such as Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, etc. — amounting to more than all of the global currencies combined.
Common to all of them, there is nothing more behind their value than Supply & Demand and the belief that each national economy will not collapse — and that all crypto currencies will not disappear into thin air. Is it possible to restore faith in currency by creating a tangible representation of value, while benefiting the environment and giving value back to the world?
We believe that the best option is to use real values that have a substance and a measurable value. Be it precious metals, commodities, or similar commodities that have value to humanity and do not harm anyone. Therefore, we can not see better value than planting trees that benefit all those involved in the process and do not harm the environment and climate. Can you see other and better options?
We can not, either, so we plant trees.