Liverpool, United Kingdom, August 16, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- As of the 7th of July 2019, Gone West Global Ltd have launched their new Green Ambassador program in the hope of making the world carbon neutral; joining the battle against global warming and climate change.
The Green Ambassador program is a unique and innovative idea that offers everybody the opportunity to lead a more sustainable lifestyle through an easy and convenient approach.
It is simple, Gone West will offset your life by planting trees on your behalf. But not just that, as a Green Ambassador you can spread the word and help others offset their emissions and earn commission for each person you help bring to the cause.
This will support Gone West's social projects around the world; with trees and the resources to plant them, empowering communities, regenerating natural habitats and helping to make the planet green again.
"The world is in a state of despair, we can all see it, damn we can even feel it but most of us feel powerless to stop it. I truly believe in this program. There’s the age old saying ‘money doesn’t grow on trees’ but why shouldn’t it? This program allows everybody the chance to make their lives carbon neutral, give back to the earth and earn a financial reward for their efforts. We all have the power to make a difference." - James Hughes, Managing Director.
As of 2018, Global carbon emissions are currently around 37.1 billion tons per year, and are still rising, and an estimated 18.7 million acres of forest are lost annually. This does not balance out and if we don't make changes this number will become larger and this planet, we call home will die. Scientists have spoken, "forest restoration by far, the biggest climate change solution we have to date," says Professor Thomas Crowther of The Crowther Lab. If we all make a small change and try to cut carbon emissions, then together we will change the course of the world. The Green Ambassador program is one step towards turning that dream into a reality.
 Research article by Chelsea Harvey, 6th December 2018. 'co2 Emissions reached an all-time high in 2018' E&E News Scientific American. Based on report from consortium of researchers known as Global Carbon Project.
The article is available at:
 Deforestation and forest degradation overview of World Wild Life conservation organisation.
Further information is available at: https://www.worldwildlife.org/threats/deforestation-and-forest-degradation
 Interview with Thomas Crowther from The Crowther Lab concerning new report 'Trees against climate change: the global restoration and carbon storage potential.
Full articles and interview at: https://www.crowtherlab.com/our-research/