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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. 

Starting in 1997, Greenfleet was the first in Australia to plant biodiverse native forests to offset carbon emissions and combat climate change. Since then, we have planted more than 8.5 million native trees across 400 biodiverse forests thanks to the support of thousands of individuals, organisations and landholders around Australia.

Greenfleet CEO, Wayne Wescott said: “We are delighted that the focus this year for the International Day of Forests is on the vital role they play to mitigate climate change.

The evidence is here: trees are the best technology for fighting climate change, as set out in a report released last month by Oxford University Researchers1.

Greenfleet is proud to bring to connect concerned Australians with real climate action by planting native forests on their behalf through a carbon offset program.

Forests and trees sustain and protect us in invaluable ways. They provide the clean air that we breathe and the water that we drink. They host and safeguard the planet’s biodiversity and act as our natural defence against climate change. Life on earth is made possible and sustainable thanks to forests and trees. (Source: http://www.fao.org)

Join Greenfleet as we celebrate our precious forests on the International Day of Forests:

 

Click on the images below to download resources for your blog, website, newsletter, social media pages to help celebrate the International Day of Forests with Greenfleet:

Click here to download this poster and share your support of Greenfleet's forests n your blog, website, newsletter, social media pages, etc.
Click here to download this poster and share your support of Greenfleet's forests n your blog, website, newsletter, social media pages, etc.
Click here to download this poster and share your support of Greenfleet's forests n your blog, website, newsletter, social media pages, etc. Click here to download this poster and share your support of Greenfleet's forests n your blog, website, newsletter, social media pages, etc.

 

1 Click here to read the report from Oxford University Researchers.

 

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