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.
Ida DominguezLegacy Preparatory Charter Academy
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
We are using ForestNation tree kits to care for our planet and communicate our green values. The ForestNation tree kits are by far the greenest promotional item we could offer our partners or conference attendees. Trees are the original climate change fighters. They contribute to the reduction of CO2 in our atmosphere, which is very much in alignment with our goals at BioFuelNet Canada. Every single tree planted is a step towards a greener, healthier planet.
Eric Petersiel ~ Principal at the Leo Baeck School
Running the tree kit program at our school provided our students with the opportunity to engage directly in an international environmental effort, growing their own tree at home while at the same time knowing that they were having an impact on improving the world. This product served the educational and experiential needs of our school perfectly.
Alexandra Leclerc ~ Associate Director Global Citizenship (CSR), EAME Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
We chose ForestNation because it's a tangible and interactive product and we really love the concept "You Plant We Plant". We used the Tree Kits as a corporate gift in our welcome packs at our Round Table Event to reinforce our message that we are serious and committed to Corporate Social Responsibility.
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!