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Project Bamboo: Corekees and Bamboologic invest in growing bamboo in Europe

Corekees and Bamboologic are offering private individuals in Europe a unique opportunity to invest in sustainable bamboo planting through their Project Bamboo initiative.

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Bamboo is an exceptional crop that can potentially remove a substantial amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere while also providing various benefits to the local ecosystem. Unlike traditional timber, bamboo grows rapidly and can be harvested continuously without damaging the environment. This makes it an excellent crop for sustainable harvesting and helps address deforestation concerns. 

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The companies' project aims to promote land regeneration and enhance the quality of the environment. With an expected average return of 6.7% annually, investors will benefit financially while contributing to a more sustainable and greener future.

The certified CO2 offsets of 46 kg per plant offered by Project Bamboo, along with the guaranteed CO2 removal of 50,600 tonnes per year for the duration of the project, underscores the initiative's commitment to environmental sustainability.

The Carbon Removal Credits are awarded and certified by the Dutch accounting framework Open Natural Carbon Removal Accounting (ONCRA). Project Bamboo offers the opportunity to invest in a more circular and sustainable economy. With this project, investors can make a tangible impact on the environment by supporting an innovative solution for the future.

Corekees and Bamboologic are paving the way for a new type of sustainable investment by making investing in European bamboo accessible to all. With the demand for European bamboo on the rise, now is the perfect time for private individuals to take advantage of this opportunity to invest in a sustainable and profitable venture that helps the environment.

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