- Brandon Allshouse
Saving the Planet One Song at a Time
The environment is important to me. Me and my wife both drive hybrid cars. We have installed energy efficient lighting in our house and the studio. We try not to waste water and other resources at home. We aren't perfect of course, but we do what we can. I believe that we should do a little something to contribute to making this world a better place. This brings me to the reason for this post;
Starting Janurary 2020, with every mastered song, 1 tree will be planted to help save and protect our planet.
Together we can help plant a forest. We can combat wildfire lost and deforestation from industries. Planting trees will give habitats to millions of animals. How? Through the non-profit organization One Tree Planted. 4 million trees were planted last year from this organization, and i’m sure even more will be planted this coming yearThis is important and the reason we are alive. Without tree’s, we wouldn't have survived as a species. Trees provide jobs, clean the air we breathe, give us paper and other products,and help produce medicine to save lives.
“Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.” -- One Tree Planted
One Tree Planted has a survival rate of 80-90% of the trees planted as well, ensuring most of the money they receive is ensuring a surviving tree. They also are responsible globally, planting trees across North America, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
As the Bible in Luke 12:48 states, “To whom much is given, much will be required”. This was an easy decision for me to make as a company, and one I feel proud to support. I would love to see other business owners do similar things to “give back” with what you have been given. Together we'll make a better future. Together we will save our planet, one song at a time. For more information on One Tree Planted, please visit www.onetreeplanted.org