Make your event one to remember, by ensuring it is completely carbon neutral by the planting of your own wild forest! To make things easy we’ve created three preset options based on the average emissions for different event sizes. Our averages assume that participants traveled less than 100km to attend. For other requests or larger events please contact us here.
It's fantastic to think that consumers are becoming ever more environmentally conscious, with sustainability and one's carbon footprint making up a key part of their purchasing decisions. A carbon neutral event is not only non-detrimental to the environment but your event will create a whole new area of protected, rewilded forest. That alone will make your event worthwhile!
In addition to environmental stewardship there are a number of other reasons to make your next event carbon neutral:
Improve brand perception
Attract a wider, ever growing environmentally conscious client base
To meet Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) obligations
Lead by example, power to evoke real environmental change and industry norms
With your purchase you will:
Receive adequate promotional material to use before and during your event
Have the trees planted in your name
The GPS coordinates of your trees when they are planted
Beautiful high-definition photos of your trees and surrounding forest in different seasons and weather
A quarterly email update on the project where your trees are planted
A quarterly newsletter keeping you up to speed on our on-going fight against climate change and our rewilding efforts
To avoid the hot, harsh Portuguese summers, we will be tree planting in October 2017. 50% of the trees will go to the Faia Brava reserve, located in the Coa Valley in the northeast of Portugal. This is the most ambitious rewilding project in the country, perhaps even Europe. The 1000+ hectares of privately protected land is home to wild horses, wild taurus, beech martens, polecats, wild cats, foxes and birds such as the Iberian imperial eagle, black vulture, kites, golden eagle, eagle owl and the Bonelli’s eagle. The remaining 50% of trees will go to land managed by our partners Montis. Their work focuses specifically on native fire-resistant forests to help avoid the type of disaster that killed 64 people in Portugal this summer.