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The Human Footprint

It would take 1.6 Earths to produce all the renewable resources we use. And worse, the human population is expected to use the equivalent of 2 Earths of renewable resources per year by 2050. The effect of this overuse is a growing scarcity of natural resources.

We need to urgently rebuild soil and ocean health, before earth’s ability to filter water, absorb carbon, and feed people plunges.

The world grows 95% of its food in the uppermost layer of soil, making topsoil one of the most important components of our food system. But thanks to conventional farming practices, nearly half of the most productive soil has disappeared in the world in the last 150 years, threatening crop yields and contributing to nutrient pollution, dead zones and erosion.

Ocean oxygen levels are expected to fall on average by 3–4% by 2100 due to climate change and increased nutrient discharges. Ocean deoxygenation threatens to disrupt the ocean’s food provisioning ecosystem services. Fortunately, seaweed is a powerhouse for the climate, sending carbon to the seafloor and deacidifying oceans.

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Carbon Storage By Earth's Soils

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Annual Carbon Sequestration By Super-powered Seaweeds

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Annual Carbon Sequestration Per Hectare By Hemp and Bamboo

Assisted Resilience For Hmong Tribes Across Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand

Hmong villages are relatively self sufficient, growing their own food, and are relatively egalitarian. Most Hmong people have traditionally been and continue to be highland farmers.

Southeast Asia’s super plants of both bamboo and hemp are highly sought after by traditional Hmong farmers. It has been found to consume CO2, slow down soil erosion and detoxify the ground.

As a cover crop, hemp enhances soil health by shading out weeds, reducing the need for synthetic herbicides, and adding diversity to crop rotations, improving soil health.

Hemp is also versatile with thousands of uses for its seed, oil, and fibre. Its fibres are used to create paper, rope, fabric, and textiles. Its seeds are a highly super-food.

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Bamboo is able to produce 30% more oxygen than an equivalent area of trees, and its wide network of roots and rhizomes is highly effective in preventing soil erosion.

Bamboo has many uses, mainly in construction, furniture, food, biofuel, fabrics, cloth, paper, pulp, charcoal, ornamental garden planting, and environmental characteristics.

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Pioneering Individual Climate Action For Southeast Asia

Being Outdoors With Nature

Hydrophilic bamboo microfiber towel to wipe-off sweat while on the go in nature

Proudly Redeem Yourself

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Being Naturally Indigenous

Most natural drawstring pouch made by the hemp-cultivating Hmong highland tribes

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Challenge Your Carbon Footprint

We conserve and protect the soil and ocean ecosystems for future generations

Becoming climate positive and nature positive by removing CO2e from the atmosphere. Help the traditional farmers to grow 12 perennials yearly. Reduce carbon pollution and accelerate our transition to ecological future. Set yourself goals and embark on the rewarding journey to low-carbon living.

Among the top climate-change culprits, agricultural food systems finally becoming the new weapon. Carbon farming is agriculture’s answer to climate change.

Your Natural Fertiliser

All soil biology eats carbon, and that’s how nutrients cycle, involving network of microbes, fungi, and earthworms underground.

Your Natural Breath

More than half of the oxygen you breathe comes from marine photosynthesizers, like seaweed and ocean phytoplankton.

Your Food Security

Only 60 years of farming left if soil degradation continues. In the past 200 years, ocean water has become 30% more acidic.

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The Carbon Farming Solution

Taking carbon farming

to the next level with perennial plants.

All perennial plants with deep roots will store carbon more effective within the soil. Perennials, especially those with deep and thick roots, are effective in land management for carbon sequestration. Since those deep and woody roots will generally remain in place for quite some time, they help to keep that carbon locked up below the soil for years to come.

The fight against climate change is often waged on land, where we live, work, and breathe. But to fully take action, we need a truly ecological approach using the perennial seaweeds. Wild and uncultivated seaweeds is responsible for sequestering over a hundred million metric tons of carbon in the ocean every year. Once locked in the deep ocean, this carbon can be stored for hundreds or thousands of years.

reCARBONearth aims to assist the traditional Hmong farmers and other indigenous tribes in cultivating more perennials such as hemp, bamboo, lemongrass, pandan, black pepper, ginger, water spinach, chives, brinjal, yardlong bean, banana, calamansi, red seaweed, and sea grapes.

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