Today 22 April 2022 is Earth Day and we at Spruson & Ferguson would like to highlight one of the many clients we work with who are working to build a greener and more renewable future.
We have worked with Tropical Carbon for many years on their Hyper Carbon-Dense Forests invention. This invention provides a support structure and a method for growing trees at a far higher density than is the currently accepted maximum, to thereby create a hyper carbon-dense forest. This type of forest is capable of storing around 10 times more carbon dioxide than the world’s most carbon dense forests. An illustration of such a forest is provided below.
Using this technology it may be possible to sequester around 300 times more carbon in less than 10% of the time, when compared to growing a “normal” forest (i.e. 10 years for a hyper carbon-dense forest versus 250 years for a “normal” forest).
Using similar technology it is also possible to grow usable structures made from living trees, for example living bridges to cross waterways, roads and the like.
For more information about Tropical Carbon see https://tropicalcarbon.com/.
We at Spruson & Ferguson are very pleased to support companies and organisations like Tropical Carbon, who are working on innovations that aim to build a cleaner, greener future for us all.