Planting trees with every order

The wellbeing of our planet is a shared responsibility, and I believe that businesses, big or small, should prioritize sustainable practices and continually seek opportunities to do more where they can.

That's why I have joined this initiative that ensures that every purchase you make on my website is used to plant trees. A commission is taken from every purchase you make on my website and goes towards to the Eden Reforestation Project.

The Eden Reforestation Project

I collaborate with Eden Reforestation Projects to support wild life diversity, improve coastlines, provided meaningful wages to indigenous population and grow Mangrove trees which are an incredible carbon sink.

I opted for Eden primarily because of their long-term perspective. They prioritize fostering relationships with the individuals they collaborate with, offering support to families and communities, and aiding in the establishment of businesses. Beyond these endeavors, their passion lies in cultivating beauty and nurturing trees, rather than merely sowing seeds.

Additionally, Eden maintains transparency by providing audited and publicly accessible financial records. This ensures that anyone can scrutinize their expenditure, gaining insight into how their funds are allocated each year.

But why trees?

Trees are essential for a healthy planet. They absorb carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change, and release oxygen, which we need to breathe.

Trees also help to stabilize soil, prevent erosion, and provide habitats for countless species of plants and animals. As forests are destroyed, wildlife species lose their natural habitat, forcing them to relocate, limiting their ability to survive.

Madagascar is one of the world’s greatest conservation priorities, with over 200 species of mammals, 100 species of lemurs, 300 species of birds, and almost 300 species of amphibians. Around ninety percent of all wildlife in Madagascar is endemic. Our work with Eden protects these wildlife species in Madagascar by restoring their natural habitats.

Trees I understand, but why Mangroves?

With the rapid surge in greenhouse gas emissions over the past century, the demand for 'carbon sinks' has grown massively.

Merely reducing emissions and conserving existing forests is insufficient to curb global temperature rise to acceptable levels. Instead, there is an urgent need to significantly enhance carbon sequestration capabilities.

Globally, mangrove systems are estimated to store an impressive 20 petagrams of carbon. Despite covering less than 5% of the world’s terrestrial area, mangroves are among the most vital carbon reservoirs, surpassing many rainforests like the Amazon.

Additionally, due to their relatively rapid growth, mangroves sequester carbon at a remarkably swift pace.