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Environment2019-07-11T15:36:32+02:00

WE LOVE NATURE. NATURE LOVES US.

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So we decided to take our relationship to the next level. That’s why, from now on, we will be donating 1% of our total revenue to Trees for All.

Trees for All is a foundation and recognized charity. They invest the contributions they get for carbon dioxide compensation and the planting of trees, in the creation of new forests and the protection of existing ones. These projects provide extra income to the locals and contribute to the restoration of nature and the environment. Furthermore, Trees for All is the most experienced provider of carbon dioxide compensation in The Netherlands, and they have planted millions of trees and bushes already.

Since 2017, we have donated 349 trees, which absorb 117 metric tons of CO2 a year.

This equals:

The usage of 37.323 liters of diesel by a vehicle

Traveling 1.872.000 km by train

Flying 819 times from Amsterdam to Paris by airplane

Breathing 160 years by a human

Usage of 37.323 liters of diesel by a vehicle

Flying 819 times from Amsterdam to Paris by airplane

Traveling 1.872.000 km by train

Breathing 160 years by a human

Map Bolivia - Trees for All

Smart Forest

Trees for All has been at work with their partner Sicirec in Bolivia since 2007. In this versatile project at the eastern foot of the Andes, reforestation, Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) and the capture of carbon dioxide are key. The combination of agriculture and forestry results in a climate-friendly use of land and for a better social-economic position for the farmers. The preservation and recovery of the environment improves soil fertility and so results in less erosion. An improvement of the biodiversity. And, ofcourse, the fixation of carbon dioxide in newly landscaped plots.

Different suburbs

The project area in Bolivia extends across different suburbs in the departments of Beni, La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz.

Madidi National Park

Work is being done in the suburb that borders the Madidi National Park.

Eye catching

This area has a high number of tourists because of the beautiful mountain peaks of the Andes and the beauty of the subtropical jungles.

Animals

It’s the natural habitat of the black panther, tapir, caiman, ara and capybara.

Your contribution with Smart Forest

More biodiversity Smart Agriculture Sustainable forestry

Locally supported project Gold Standard compensation

More biodiversity

Smart Agriculture

Sustainable forestry

Locally supported project

Gold Standard compensation

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