Stunning before and after pictures of a Greenfleet native forests
 Greenfleet has planted over 8.5 million native trees since 1997Since 1997, Greenfleet has restored 400+ biodiverse forestsGreenfleet is a native reforestation and climate change expert since 1997Greenfleet is enabling to offset over 2 million tonnes of carbonGreenfleet is the partner of choice for thousands of Australians and organisations

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Greenfleet is Australia's most respected source of biodiverse carbon offsets.

As an environmental not-for-profit organisation, our mission is to protect our climate by restoring our forests. We plant Australian native forests to offset carbon emissions on behalf of thousands of individuals, businesses, NGOs, councils and universities.

Since 1997, Greenfleet has planted over 8.5 million native trees in more than 400 biodiverse forests around Australia.

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Investigating blue carbon capture to tackle climate change

Investigating blue carbon capture to tackle climate change

Greenfleet has teamed up with one of the world's leading conservation organisation, The Nature Conservancy, and Deakin University, to explore how Australia can support projects that sequester carbon in coastal vegetation.

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Go beyond the hour on March 28!

Go beyond the hour on March 28!

This year, go beyond the Earth Hour... Turn if off for an hour and offset your electricity usage for a year with Greenfleet's responsible carbon offsets.
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Forests: the frontline against climate change

Forests: the frontline against climate change

Join Greenfleet and the rest of the world as we celebrate forests and their vital role in mitigating climate change on the International Day of Forests on March 21.

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Progress shots of our native forest in Mt Worth State Park

Progress shots of our native forest in Mt Worth State Park

It's so exhilarating to see the positive impact our native forests have on the ground. What do you think of these 'Before and after' pics? ...Read More
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