Positive Ecological Footprint permeated the Corona forestal in Tenerife

22 December 2013
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Last Saturday the 14th of December, some thirty people met in the Corona Forestal in Tenerife to get a tree-planting campaign under way. The objective is to take negative ecological footprint caused by human activity and to transform it into a positive one.

A total of 520 trees will be planted in a total surface area of 3500 m² of forest, enough to prevent 139 tons of CO₂ generated by human activity from entering the atmosphere and causing even more global warming.

These 139 tons of CO₂ equate to the average annual carbon footprint of some 25 people, the emissions of around 50 cars during one year, or more than 200 flights between the Canary Islands and the Peninsula.

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Corona forestal 2013
Corona forestal 2013
Corona forestal 2013
Corona forestal 2013
Corona forestal 2013
Corona forestal 2013

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