Invest in Agroforestry

With eGro model we are capturing A LOT of CO2, whether you are a regular citizen or a large corporation we have an offer to make you carbon neutral.

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eGro in Africa

From August 2016 to November 2018 we ran a pilot in Ghana to prove our operational abilities. We commercialised 112 farms in Northern Ghana with the eGro model.

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Our products

When consuming our products, you will be capturing CO2. We commercialise farmers in developing countries and give them a global marekt.

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Reversing Climate Change with Sustainable Agroforestry

Agroforstry at its best

With eGro´s model we capture CO2 from the atmosphere in the soil to build healthy forests that can produce food.

The impacts of capturing carbon in the soil is that it completely stabilizes the local climate, protects against extreme weather from climate change and thus secures food supply. This is good for business, to have a stable and sustainable supply chain.

The impacts of capturing carbon in the soil is that it completely stabilizes the local climate, protects against extreme weather from climate change and thus secures food supply. This is good for business, to have a stable and sustainable supply chain.

The impacts are equally important, since it helps to build a local economy and thus alleviate poverty, the environmental effects of the increased carbon in the soil is to secure drinking water and increase biodiversity. 

Canopies will climax

eGros´ commercial model of sustainable agroforestry will replace conventional and heavily damaging agricultural models

The cool thing is that our model will be even more profitable than existing agriculture – all the while capturing the atmospheric CO2 that human kind has released during the fossil based civilization.

Thus we can envision a future where sustainable agroforestry and eGro as one of the commercial market leader will be a global player and an important part of reversing climate change – to a level where Earths Climate is stabilized.

in a few hundred years…