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We are very proud to support the Eden Reforestation Projects on their mission to make it simple for people to help the environment. For every order you place on Planet Baby, we will plant a tree and together we can make a difference. The Eden Reforestation Projects plants trees around the world and operate in 11 project countries, plant nearly a million trees per day, and maintain planting levels even when faced with civic unrest, extreme weather, wild animals, or other disruptions.
We aim to raise awareness about the importance of trees, offer our customers a simple sustainability solution, and motivate younger generations to do something positive for the environment.
As parents ourselves, we recognize that the responsibility to look after this planet is ours, and we take that responsibility to heart. Nothing satisfies us more than partnering with charitable companies that share our mission.
We partnered with the center of Eden Reforestation Projects to create relationships with local communities around the world as they produce, plant, and protect tens of millions of trees every month, thereby creating jobs to support them in restoring their local environment and economy long-term.
Even if the whole world switched to green energy today, we would still have too much CO2 in the atmosphere. This excess CO2 will continue to cause a rise in global temperatures. We need to remove CO2, billions of tones of it, to solve this Climate Crisis and Trees are our best hope.
Trees are the most cost-effective and efficient carbon removal technology that we have. Our forests today remove 1/3rd of all fossil fuel emissions, but we are losing our forests to wild fires and human driven deforestation
Every day, working in some of the world’s most remote and politically unstable places, this non-profit group overcome challenges with grit, relentlessness, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to their mission to plant trees and save lives. Today, they operate in 11 project countries, plant nearly a million trees per day, and maintain planting levels even when faced with civic unrest, extreme weather, wild animals, or other disruptions. As they restore the forest canopy, leaf litter, water, and wildlife return, and nature begins to heal. Meanwhile, communities that are facing extreme poverty are given new opportunities at economic self-sufficiency, improved health, and education.