Why get involved?


Engaging the process of “Insetting” their activities, companies get directly involved in the protection of their environment and the development of the local communities who keep them supplied. Our partners share a vision: planting trees within their organization helps them to enrich their profession, add value to their business while being ahead of the integration of climate issues into their business model.

CONSISTENCY WITH THE COMPANY’S BUSINESS

The company actively and progressively contributes in the preservation of resources on which it depends. Integrating offset and greenhouse gas reduction mechanisms at the heart of its activities and products, the company offers a new vision and some means of action that lead to concrete projects to improve social and environmental activities and products.

CONTROL OF YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

Reduction of impacts along pathways, control of energy dependence, preparation for environmental billposting...

SECURING YOUR FUTURE ACTIVITIES

Climate change and ecosystem degradation indeed jeopardize the production itself. The proactive development of sustainable agricultural solutions within the supply chain reduces the risk of supply disruption. 

INCREASE OF YOUR VALUE ADDED, DISTINCTION

The implementation of projects to reduce the environmental footprint within the industry gives the opportunity to communicate about the innovative aspect and responsible approach of the company and to differentiate oneself from its competitors: enhancement of multiple co-benefits beyond carbon capture (biodiversity, protection of water resources, sustainable forest management, food sovereignty...)

TEAM BUILDING, CUSTOMERS AND PARTNERS’ ENGAGEMENT

Universal value of the tree/ the forest, multiple impacts. Communication about commitments aims to inspire others to act towards Biodiversity, Nature and People: to engage all stakeholders in the process and boost trade relations around shared values.

FITTING THE GLOBAL AGENDA

Raise awareness and develop new meaningful partnerships: 2010 International Year of Biodiversity, 2011 International Year of Forests, 2012 International Year of Cooperatives, 2013 International  Year of Water Cooperation…



"Be the change you want to see in the world"
Gandhi

Why did they get involved

TAKING PART OF A TREE PLANTING SITE

• Local species of trees and shrubs planting works in an educational partner farm with your staff / clients
• Discovery of the farm, shared meals and activities
• Awareness about the forest to understand better the value of your work
• A symbolic action