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ID: XME-EJ8

ID: XME-EJ8

EasyGlamping

Coffea arabica

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Kenya

20:04 - 14°C

My connections

My ID card

Who am I?

Date of birth

04/09/2022

Also known as

EasyGlamping

Name

Coffee

Tree

Coffee

Where am I located?

Flag of Kenya

Country

Kenya

Place of birth

Kisii County

Coordinates

0° 46′ 13.37″ S
34° 54′ 19.99″ E

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My Timeline

The important moments in your tree's life.

Seed

It all starts with a tiny seed, nice and warm in the soil.

Nursery

Your seedling is big enough to be welcomed into one of our nurseries, along with many others.

Planted

We’re here! Your tree has reached its new home: it’s been planted by a smallholder, who’ll take care of it for years to come.

Photo

Strike a pose! Now that it’s big enough, here’s a photo of your tree!

My Gallery

Nursery

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Here is a photo of some Coffee seedlings waiting to be transplanted into the ground. And who knows? Maybe I am among them!

Planted

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That's where I am:0° 46′ 13.37″ S
34° 54′ 19.99″ E

Photo

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And here I am in all my glory! The farmer who takes care of me took this picture of me after transplanting me.

Curiosity about me

The important moments in your tree's life.

Let's start with introductions

The coffee tree, whose seeds are used for the eponymous beverage, belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Though over 100 species are known to exist, supermarket shelves confirm that the most diffused examples are Arabica and Robusta. Coffee represents an important source of income for local economies.

Meaning

Energy

Coffee is the best-known natural energizer.

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How much CO2 I’ll absorb

My estimated CO2 absorption capacity is based on the first 10 years of my life*

Current absorption

- 11 kg

2022

0 kg

2032

-55 kg

* The tree will continue to absorb CO2 even after the tenth year. Therefore this is a prudent estimate.

How I am useful to local communities

Consumption and sales

Consumption and sales

Its fruits, seeds and/or leaves are used as food in the farmers' families or are sold on local markets.

Medicine

Medicine

Its leaves, roots, bark and/or fruits are used in traditional medicine.

My benefits

10%

Food Security

The trees will bear fruits, some that will be edible immediately and others that can become edible through processing, ensuring food resources over time.

100%

Economic development

The trees' fruits and the products derived from their transformation can be traded in local networks, offering income opportunities.

20%

CO₂ Absorption

During its life cycle, each tree will offset CO₂. The trees that you plant can offset your emissions.

30%

Environmental protection

The trees are planted in agroforestry systems that favor the virtuous interaction between the different species and their positive impact on the environment and on the land.