Greenfleet has planted more than 9 million native trees since 1997Greenfleet has created more than 475 biodiverse forests sice 1997Greenfleet is a native reforestation and climate change expert since 1997Supporters have contributed to offset more than 2.8 million tonnes of CO2-e with Greenfleet since 1997Greenfleet is the partner of choice for thousands of Australians and organisations

What we do

We connect people with real climate action. Greenfleet's mission is to protect our climate by restoring our forests.

As an environmental non-profit, Greenfleet is the trusted carbon offset provider for thousands of leading organisations, businesses, councils, universities and individuals around Australia and New Zealand. Since 1997, we have planted more than 9 million native trees to restore forests and offset carbon emissions on behalf of our supporters.

As they grow, our native forests capture carbon pollution from the atmosphere, provide vital habitat to native wildlife, conserve biodiversity and generate resilience to climate change in the landscape.

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Biodiversity in a Greenfleet Forest Research Project

Biodiversity in a Greenfleet Forest Research Project

In 2017, we teamed up with Cara Sambell, a PhD student from La Trobe University, to demonstrate the biodiversity values of one of our developing forests.

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21 Jan 2018

Our favourite 5 stories from the past 20 years

Our favourite 5 stories from the past 20 years

With two decades of practical climate action up our sleeves, we asked the team what their favourite memories at Greenfleet are.

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21 Jan 2018

Before & after – The forest at Lake MacDonald, Qld

Before & after – The forest at Lake MacDonald, Qld

In sunny Queensland, a short drive past Noosa Heads, a 15-year-old Greenfleet forest is growing. A once bare patch of land has been transformed into a piece of paradise. We planted over 3,200 seedlings across 5-ha and what a transformation.

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18 Jan 2018

Watching another forest grow along the Great Ocean Road

Watching another forest grow along the Great Ocean Road

Along the Great Ocean Road, bordering the Great Otway National Park, another Greenfleet forest is growing strong. In June this year, we planted 14,000 native seedlings across 17 ha to rebuild native habitat, improve water quality and restore biodiversity for native wildlife.

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