top of page

Trees are the Lungs of our Planet

Updated: Dec 23, 2023

Did you know that trees are literally the lungs of our planet? Without them, we would not have enough oxygen to breathe. As trees grow, they absorb carbon dioxide from the air, converting that carbon dioxide into plant matter by using photosynthesis. As a result, wood is produced and is about 50% carbon. This process of carbon gain is called sequestration. In effect, trees "pull" carbon dioxide out of the air.

While BreathLogic's humanitarian cause is to teach Breath Literacy

and advocate world peace, our "planetarian" cause is

Rainforest Preservation and Reforestation

BreathLogic is in the process of fostering partnerships with

nonprofits dedicated to rainforest preservation and reforestation.

Please support our "planetarian" cause.

13 views0 comments


bottom of page