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2,182,092

trees planted

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members

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654,627.6

tonnes of CO2 sequestered

Our tree planting partner's projects include Kenya, Haiti, Canada, Tanzania and Rwanda.

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89,172

Members taking climate action

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Aligned to 10 UN Sustainable Development Goals

Did You Know?

“Trees in forests are natural aqueducts, redistributing up to 95 percent of the water they absorb to where it’s needed most.” UN

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“Around 1.6 billion people depend directly on forests for food, shelter, energy, medicines and income” UN

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“Forests are home to about 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, with more than 60,000 tree species” UN

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“The world is losing 10 million hectares of forest each year - about the size of Iceland” UN

Small Change, Big Impact

Environmental Benefits

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Trees can sequester an estimated 0.3 tonnes of CO2 over their growth life (20-25 years) with the correct forestry management practices and community backing.

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Healthy forests help minimise the effects of climate change by reducing events such as extreme weather, flooding, desertification and deforestation.

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Trees reduce air pollution and filter the air by absorbing pollutant gases such as nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide.

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Leafy forests absorb moisture, filter water and increase soil storage, which enhances evaporation and cloud formation to increase rainfall.

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Reforested areas provide safe havens and habitats for animal populations, helping increase and preserve biodiversity.

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Tree canopies protect soil against wind and rain, while tree root systems bind soil together to reduce land erosion.

Social Benefits

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Tree planting projects create jobs for local communities and provide them with meaningful forms of employment.

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Tree planting employment generates a regular income that can be invested back into the local economy.

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Reforestation projects in poverty-stricken areas create opportunities for economic self-sufficiency, education and improved health.

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Farmer training sessions empower local farmers with long term skills to enhance their economic situation.

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Reforestation skills and income give people the opportunity to diversify their income and boost the local economy.

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Tree planting projects that plant a mix of agroforestry trees help enhance food security and economic opportunities for locals.

Member Testimonials

Menlo Park, Recruitment Agency
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“To be able to benefit the planet while planting trees in the names of our clients and candidates is both easy and brilliant – More Trees has been the perfect fit.”

Hague Fasteners
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“Achieving our visions for sustainability couldn’t have been easier – More Trees has enabled us to achieve our goals years ahead of plan.”

Swim Society
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“They (More Trees) have furthered our own education into the ways we can do more for our planet, which has in turn only helped us to educate our own audience.”

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