As part of our Earth Day and Arbor Day lesson plans, this year we aim to plant more trees outside our school to care for our planet and communicate our green values. Plus, with ForestNation we have the added value that for each tree kit purchase, they will plant a tree in the country we selected which is Haiti
Dr. Donald SmithPresident & Scientific Director, BioFuelNet Canada
Planting and nurturing a tree helps remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, converting it into living biomass. Carbon dioxide is the most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas, simply because we produce so much of it. It is the main driver of climate change and all of the extreme weather, reduced food crop production, ecological damage and potential social instability that goes with it. A simple tree has the capacity to stand against all this.
Sean Lippitt ~ Chairman, Media Group.
We are using the ForestNation tree kits to market our carbon balanced print solution. What better way to demonstrate to environmentally minded companies our commitment to the environment and to show them how we can help them offset the carbon of their printed literature. ForestNation fits perfectly with our ethos of providing our clients with a sustainable environmental cost saving solution.
Margaret Robinson ~ Atkins High School in Arkansas
AP Human Geography and Earth Science classes at Atkins High School in Arkansas planted a Red Oak tree in honor of Global Cooperation day! We are doing our part! (See their tree)
Jeroen Buijs ~ Sales Director, Inside Sales PTC
Growing our own trees at work reminds us everyday to think about our impact on the environment and how we can take little steps to improve it. We believe the ForestNation program will help to reinforce general awareness of social responsibility and the positive effect it has on each individual actively adopting these principles.
Joseph Zammit Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa, Starwood Hotels
During the years trees gave us shelter in many ways, food and so many other things. Now its the time the Human race gives something back to trees - Security for each tree. (Tree Planting Day 1. See their tree)