One Moringa Seed = One Miracle
For hundreds of millions of people the threat of famine is connected to the change of the climate. The planting of trees, including the planting of the Moringa tree, can play one important role in mitigating the effects of climate change.
The effects of climate change are making droughts more of a norm than an exception. This is a pattern that places some of the most vulnerable communities in an increasingly precarious position when it comes to meeting basic food needs.
By the time shortages and hunger reach "emergency" levels and warrant aid; families, communities, agricultural practices and lands will have suffered greatly.
A big problem that is partly caused by climate change is desertification.
Because Moringa Trees grow fast and well in dry areas, it can play a role in the battle against desertification. The presence of long taproot makes Moringa resistant to periods of drought. Moringa can also grow in areas where strong winds and long dry spells occur simultaneously, causing serious soil erosion.