The huge leaves of the Empress tree consume large quantities of carbon dioxide/carbon. This carbon is stored/sequestered in the wood, roots and leaves of the tree.
The Empress tree's fast growth and carbon sequestering (6-7 times normal) results in significant carbon credits as early as the 1st year, increasing each year as the tree grows
Once verified, the carbon credits can be used to offset/balance your carbon deficit.
All or the surplus can be sold to others needing to reduce/offset their carbon deficit.
Carbon credits are saleable thru several climate exchanges (European, Chicago, Montreal, and soon to be Toronto) at a significant Profit X 7
Canada's current intention is to have carbon credits consumed in Canada must be produced in Canada.
Minimal cost and maintenance make this a very simple and proficient method of creating credits.
With a program this tree will produce carbon credits for 50-70 years
Environmental responsibility at a Profit