25 Sep '16, 4pm

Cocoon Biodegradable vessel that nurtures tree growth in harsh & arid conditions

Planting trees and other plants in response to deforestation and climate change seems like a simple act, but in arid conditions, it can be quite a challenge. An international company with headquarters in the Netherlands may have come up with a solution in the form of <a href="http://www.landlifecompany.com/">the Cocoon</a>, a biodegradable vessel made from paper pulp and crop byproducts that promises to support seedlings during their most vulnerable stage of development. Perhaps the best part about the Cocoon is its success rate: trees planted with the biodegradable wrapping in more than 12 countries have a survival rate up to 95 percent.

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