Toggl and Tree-Nation planted trees for Weband


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Toggl and Tree-Nation planted trees for Weband.

We value feedback from our customers and partners and we know very well how important it is for development. 💬 This is precisely why, when we are given the opportunity, we give objective feedback to the businesses whose services we use, thanks to which we optimize our daily work. 😌

In this way, we help not only our work with the product, but also businesses to optimize and improve what they offer to their customers and the users who use their services. 🙏🏽

As a thank you for the impressions and advice we give to the Toggl Plan & Toggl Track team, we were pleasantly surprised with their invitation to plant two trees for Weband®. Of course, we gladly accepted the gift, and thanks to the people behind the great Tree-nation initiative, there are two newly planted trees in the world - a lemon tree on a plantation in East Cameroon, Africa, and the so-called "Cryptomeria" (Japanese Tree of the Gods) in Nepal, South Asia.

The lemon has an average lifespan of 45 years, during which time it digests about 15 kg. of carbon dioxide. 🍋🍃 It is believed that the lemon first appeared in India, northern Myanmar, and China. It has been cultivated for at least 1,000 years, with the original cultivation of lemons in Europe beginning in Genoa in the mid-15th century.

Cryptomeria is a coniferous species of the cypress family, native to Japan. 🗻 Literally translated, it means "hidden parts". Cryptomeria is one of the most important species grown for timber in Japan. Cryptomeria japonica is the main cryptomeria species, reaching a height of 8–10 m in 10 years. The old trees in Japan are about 45 m high. 😮🌲 Cryptomeria japonica lives on average for about 300 years and digests nearly 800 kg during that time. carbon dioxide (~40 kg. per year). 🤯