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by Cam MacDonald
posted 06/12/2021

Give The Gift of Hope this Christmas

Grow forests and climate hope this Christmas

Gift giving has been an important part of human culture for tens of thousands of years and during the holiday season, there can be extra pressure to buy presents. After the isolation we have experienced throughout the global pandemic, it feels more important than ever to celebrate with those we love.

With our planet changing in so many ways, making small but significant changes can result in positive environmental impacts. By planting trees for those you love, Greenfleet believes it is possible to give meaningful gifts this Christmas that minimise our impact on the environment and even actively help protect it!

Woman holding out gumtree seedling.

Greenfleet is a leading environmental not-for-profit, protecting our climate by restoring our forests. Greenfleet is Australia’s first carbon offset provider and since 1997 has planted over 9.6 million trees creating more than 500 forests in Australia and New Zealand. Our forests are legally protected for up to 100 years, conserving biodiversity and restoring habitat for wildlife, including many endangered species.

You can give the gift of climate hope by planting trees on someone’s behalf or offsetting their carbon footprint for them. For $10 you can plant a native tree in a biodiverse forest protected for up to 100 years.

Sustainable gifting requires us to resist the take-make-use-trash model and instead look at gifting as an opportunity to show we care for others and our environment. Best of all, sustainable gifts ensure we can keep the tradition of gift-giving alive beyond the holiday season for future generations.

Give the gift of climate hope and give sustainably this Christmas with Greenfleet.

Who: Greenfleet

What: CarbonCover 365 & CarbonCover Monthly

When: Before Christamas

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