The “GOOD” Risk


The “Good” Risk – Webinar with Dr Cathy Key


Wednesday 13 May, 3pm PST / 6pm EST

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The world is scary right now: we have friends and family members who are sick, the markets are crashing, and everything feels risky and uncertain. This is the challenge of our times and the only thing that matters is how we respond.

Whatever we do is going to be risky – but some risks are better than others. Some risks are worth taking because they have an upside that makes the world a better place.

World Tree is an Eco-timber company that has always been in it for the “long game”. We have never been interested in making a quick buck, what we are about is planting trees and generating new opportunities for farmers and communities that can last for generations.

Join us to learn about the EcoTree Program, meet the World Tree team and find out more about the risks and opportunities of investing in trees.

Registration is free, but seats are limited to the first 100 guests, so please register in advance.

Deep Green Investing

Find out how World Tree investors are using the power of their dollars to implement real change

What people are saying

World Tree is one of those rare investments that is fantastic for all three: the planet, people, and profits! Everyone should have some of it in their portfolio!!!

Terry Mollner

Founding Board Member, Calvert Social Funds

I invested in World Tree because I love the company’s mission and culture, I love having the opportunity to offset my family’s carbon footprint, and I love the possibility of making a good return on my investment.
What makes World Tree different is that the company has a wholistic view to its operations.  The company has designed its offering to empower farmers, give investors of all means a way to participate, and all the while take care of people and the planet.
Rob Khoury

Managing Member, Agile Rainmakers LLC

I’ve devoted nearly three decades to branding, marketing and growing businesses, from Fortune 50s to garage startups, that create and capture significant value. Organizations that do important work for many of us, and ideally all of us. And teams of salt-of-the-earth people that make me smile.

So when I first caught word of World Tree’s team, vision and model, its farmer-first collaboratives with boots already on the ground, and its ROI well beyond the balance sheet, it was an instant and total no-brainer. I had to get involved.

Seriously. To create economic opportunity, reverse climate change, and further beautify our world all at the same time? Did I mention it’s a no-brainer? Bottom line (triple or otherwise), love these folks and all they’re doing for all of us. Looking forward to years of smiles ahead.

Colin Mangham

Founder and Managing Director, Biomimcry LA

At 3Sisters Sustainable Management, Inc, we believe that innovation is the key to creating future value, both in terms of impact and in financial terms. World Tree is a true innovator in multiple ways: many years of research to breed a tree that will sequester more carbon than any other tree while producing the lightest, fastest growing hardwood with the finest grain for multiple purposes; then innovating with a business model that benefits the growers who put in the work, above investors and the company, while projecting outlandish returns for all stakeholders!

Ben Bingham

Founder and CEO, 3Sisters Sustainable Management, LLC

World Tree in the media

Register now for the “Good” Risk webinar 

Wednesday 13 May, 3pm PST / 6pm EST

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Farmers Almanac

“Possibly the world’s most amazing tree.”



Bloomberg Businessweek

“We already have the world’s most efficient carbon capture technology.”

Devin Thorpe

“This tree packs a punch for investors in the fight to reverse climate change.”

Restoring the lungs of Mother Earth

To fuel its fast growth rate the Empress tree absorbs extraordinary amounts of carbon

One acre of trees can …

Provide economic resilience to farmers in North and Latin America.

Absorb up to 90 tons of CO2 in one year, 4 x the footprint of an average North American.

Drop 22,000 lbs of nutrient rich leaves, returning 100 kgs of nitrogen to the soil every year.

Produce up to 33,000 bf of eco-timber within 10 years as an alternate to old growth hardwoods.

Produce nectar-rich flowers; bees can collect enough pollen for 100 jars of honey per year.

Provide much needed shelter to companion plants such as coffee, cacao and plantains.

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