Greenfleet's 2021 Impact Report
Thursday 3rd of February 2022
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Man in brown jacket and brown hat over look Greenfleet forest in South Gippsland Victoria.

In 2021, Greenfleet planted native trees across 530 hectares in Australia and New Zealand to sequester 358,178 tonnes of carbon over their lifetime. This is equivalent to offsetting over 26,000 average Australian households. 

This climate action means we are also restoring biodiversity and habitat for our native wildlife. Our 2021 impact includes over 120 hectares of protected koala habitat, which is critical for these iconic animals. 

2021 also saw us gain formal approval of our Reconciliation Action Plan, enter into a momentous Indigenous Land Use Agreement with the Kabi Kabi people on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, and continue our exploration of innovative ways to sequester carbon

Watch our 2021 impact video below and read our report here

Read our 2021 Impact Report >