Environment Tree planting


For the Future of the EarthCeres carried out some tree planting projects to convey its thoughts and feelings towards the future of the Earth.

We began planting trees in 2009.
Thanks to your support, we were able to plant approximately 1,000 seedlings.

The seedlings are still small, but we hope that a rich and green forest will spread out in 50 to 100 years to enrich the future of our planet.

Tree planting
Tree planting
Tree planting

What are the goals of the tree farms?

Aiming to create a sustainable forest
Tree planting efforts were carried out with the goal of addressing challenges related to the economic development of Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, while simultaneously addressing environmental problems (prevention of global warming and desertification, conservation of biodiversity) in the region.
We believe that the most important thing when it comes to tree planting efforts is the continuity, maintenance, and expansion of those efforts.
The prevention of global warming and desertification cannot be achieved without the support of local villagers, who respond to our tree planting efforts with smiles. We hope to expand awareness through these tree planting efforts.
Creating a sustainable forest

What is carbon offsetting?

Offsetting = Compensation

Carbon offsetting

Carbon offsetting is a means of compensating for CO2 emissions that cannot be reduced by CO2 absorption and emission reduction projects like tree planting.

Carbon offsetting through tree planting promotes voluntary CO2 reduction by a wide range of entities such as companies and local citizens. At the same time, tree planting projects have also been connected with addressing poverty in the areas where trees are planted.

Why plant trees in Inner Mongolia?

It is one of the areas most susceptible to desertification

China's Inner Mongolia is one of the areas most susceptible to desertification, a serious problem in Inner Mongolia.

For example, China has 1.73 million square kilometers of desertified land, and China's National Forestry and Grassland Administration reported that an area of 530,000 square kilometers awaiting maintenance will take about 300 years at the current rate to restore back to health.* "People's Daily" March 15, 2011

There are various causes of desertification. There are many human factors such as logging, pasturing and excess farmland conversion, as well as problems caused by climate change as a result of human economic activities, etc. The causes are numerous and are intertwined with each other in a complex way.

Morippi's Forest

Why do we plant larch trees?

Larch is a species of tree that spreads across the subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere, e.g., in Europe, Siberia, the Himalayas, North America, and Japan. It is characterized by rapid growth and resistance to dryness. (The larch absorbs about 250 kg of CO2 over a 30 year period.)

Larch trees were used in the post-war expansion of forests in Japan due to their rapid growth and easy planting. Larch trees are one of the most suitable plants for living in areas that are often impacted by severe droughts.