Green lungs

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) techniques are the best weapons we can use to protect Mother Earth in her battle against Climate change. While experts al over the world are struggling from decades to manufacture the perfect CCS systems, world forgot that Mother Nature has her own ancient CCS machines: Peepal and Banyan trees. These venerable trees, rooted deeply in cultures and landscapes, most efficient in capturing and storing carbon dioxide. Beyond their carbon capture prowess, these trees enhance air quality as they produced O2 even at night when all other plant species don’t and these trees become mega habitat for biodiversity. In urban areas, they provide localized carbon sequestration, mitigating climate change’s effects. Nature’s wisdom reminds us to embrace and protect these natural solutions.

The Campaign

Green Lungs Campaign is an ambitious initiative striving to infuse the precious breath of nature into our urban spaces. Our mission is to plant Banyan and Peepal trees, often referred to as Oxygen Bombs, across urban landscapes, transforming them into verdant havens of health and harmony. 

Among these natural carbon capture champions, Peepal (Ficus religiosa) and Banyan (Ficus benghalensis) trees stand out as some of the best free CCS devices. These trees, deeply rooted in various cultures and landscapes, play a pivotal role in absorbing CO2 and storing it in their biomass.

Peepal and Banyan trees excel in carbon capture due to their attributes:

Extensive Canopy

The wide-reaching canopies of these trees provide a substantial surface area for photosynthesis, the process by which CO2 is absorbed and converted into oxygen (O2) and carbon compounds.


These trees are knowns as Immortal trees and can live for thousands of years, ensuring a prolonged and consistent carbon capture capacity. The more massive the tree, the more carbon it can store.

Massive CCS Apparatuses of Indus Valley


These trees in urban areas contribute to biodiversity by providing food and habitat for various species. This enhances the health of urban ecosystems and offers opportunities for urban dwellers to connect with nature.


Peepal and Banyan trees are highly adaptive, growing in various climates and soil conditions. This adaptability allows them to thrive in diverse environments and continue their carbon storage mission.

Biomass Accumulation

The extensive root systems and dense wood of these trees contribute to efficient carbon storage. As they grow, they accumulate carbon within their trunks and roots.

Our campaign in Photographs

A Regenerative Future with Green Lungs

While human-engineered CCS technologies are essential, we should also acknowledge and promote the existing, nature-provided solutions. Peepal and Banyan trees are living reminders that we are not alone in the fight against climate change. Nature, with its timeless wisdom, has always been a reliable partner, offering free, sustainable, and effective carbon capture and storage solutions that we should embrace and protect for generations to come.

The Green Lungs campaign is more than just an urban greening initiative; it’s a pledge to our planet’s regenerative future. By reimagining our urban spaces, we can create cities that not only coexist with nature but also contribute to its revival.

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