Trees absorb an average of 10 to 40 kg of CO2 annually, with a conservative estimate of 800 kg per tree over its lifetime.
While you can certainly communicate your contribution to maintaining a sustainable carbon sink, you can't use the estimate as a purely indicative value in your carbon accounting. Indeed, voluntary carbon offset standards require the use of verified carbon credits. We sell such credits, but it is a separate offer; feel free to contact us if you want to obtain carbon removal credits for our non-financial reporting.
The expected gross gain corresponds to the amount (in the selected currency) that we will pay you back when your trees have been cut. It is based on the natural growth rate of a tree, which is estimated at around 2% per year. This expected gain is referred to as “gross” because it is calculated on the basis of the price of the tree excluding VAT.
53Arbre24.7520%FRhttps://bocdn.ecotree.green/essence/0001/03/29975171525cffa6ac400a830e26cf86373eb387.jpegSessile OakAge: 55 to 60 years old