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Success Acadium also contributes into promoting Bio Diversities in our very own land. With this journey with Us, we strongly promote people to think about our mother nature. As a strong promoter, we took this responsibility and with our very unique affiliate system we are happy to announce this good gesture. Remember, this is all possible just because our very interesting and dedicated affiliates/Digital stars.

For Each 10 Sales By Our Digital Stars, We Plant One Tree
On Mother India.

Walk with us to know more about ONE TREE PLANTED

One Tree Planted is a non-profit environmental charity on a mission of global reforestation. We plant trees in North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific. Choose one of the regions below to learn more and help to support one of our tree planting projects

* North America * Africa Asia * Europe * The Pacific

Let's Talk About India ONE TREE PLANTED, INDIA

Overview

Ranging from the Indian Ocean to the Himalayas, from the Bay of Bengal to the Hindu Kush, India is a vast land full of contrasts. India´s forests are a reflection of the subcontinent´s great diversity of landscapes and ecosystems. Moist and dry tropical forests, temperate and subtropical montane forests, alpine forests and mangrove forests are all found here. Recognized as one of the 17 " megadiverse " countries, around 8% of the world´s flora and fauna is found in India, including species like Bengal Tigers. With nearly 3,000, India supports the largest population globally. Additionally, India´s forests support the livelihoods of almost 275 million people, who depend on them for food, fuelwood, fodder and other forest products.

Impact

Our work in India is primarily focused on planting fruit trees! Our amazing partners are working with local communities across twelve Indian states to plant fruit trees to fight hunger, improve local economies and combat climate change. Your support will help us make a huge difference. Each fruit tree we plant will equate to at least $10 USD in food and nutrition each year, with a cumulative value of 5 million dollars garnered over the next 50-60 years. While the socioeconomic benefits of this effort are undeniable, there are many ecological benefits too. India has some of the worst air quality in the world which is a massive drain on human health. Cue trees, which filter the air, trap pollutants, and provide thousands of pounds of breathable oxygen over their lifetimes.

The species we are currently planting across India include fruit trees such as apricot, banana, guava, jackfruit, lemon, moringa, lemon, papaya, pear, peach, pomegranate and many more. Moringa, papaya, and banana grow quickly and will provide food and fruit within 8-10 months of planting. Whereas, species like lemon, guava, apricot, pear, peach, and jujubes produce fruit within 3 years, but will ultimately provide a steady supply of food and income to small farmers in the long term.