Treesolution

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion?

Treesolution: For information on the plan and download book click here. There is a cheap, affordable, solution that creates wealth while solving the CO₂ problem. Groasis calls it ‘The Treesolution’. In 2008 Pieter Hoff, Groasis’ founder, wrote a book about this solution and since then his company Groasis continued to work on making implementation of the

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion? Read More »

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion?

Treesolution: For information on the plan and download book click here. There is a cheap, affordable, solution that creates wealth while solving the CO₂ problem. Groasis calls it ‘The Treesolution’. In 2008 Pieter Hoff, Groasis’ founder, wrote a book about this solution and since then his company Groasis continued to work on making implementation of the

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion? Read More »

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion?

Treesolution: For information on the plan and download book click here. There is a cheap, affordable, solution that creates wealth while solving the CO₂ problem. Groasis calls it ‘The Treesolution’. In 2008 Pieter Hoff, Groasis’ founder, wrote a book about this solution and since then his company Groasis continued to work on making implementation of the

What would you prefer: a one-off investment of 25 billion, or annual expenditure of 20 to 25 billion? Read More »

Climate Change solutions: How Germany could have removed 15% of the world’s CO2 emissions

The Treesolution book can be downloaded here The Treesolution:  How Germany could have removed 15% of the world’s CO2 emissions instead of being Europe’s largest burner of coal Last week the Guardian wrote that emissions must drop 45% by 2030 to restrict global warming to 1.5°C. Instead, they go up. Germany spent EUR 160 billion over

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