Planting a tree is a valuable step. However, the true impact comes from consistent and professional care as the tree grows. We want to make impactful tree planting easy and accessible for everyone. So whether you want to neutralise the carbon footprint of your lifestyle, household, or business—we can help you at any scale. We also offer tree subscriptions as meaningful gifts to your loved ones, employees, or clients.
Now with the Green Earth Trees subscription—you can do it too!
Just choose the number of trees you would like to plant. Our ecologists and project managers will plant and take expert care of the seedlings and send weekly progress updates to you. We should, however, act fast.
The time to act is now!
Instead of sending small welcome gifts to our agency clients, we decided to plant trees in their name. Clients loved it; some even stole the idea, but I am all for it!! The customer relations team at DGB helped us to organize it all.
I visited my hometown in Africa and saw how soil and forests affect people’s lives, food supply, jobs, etc. I came back to the West Coast and trying to do my part using the Green Earth Trees subscription. It’s the easiest way for me, considering my only houseplant died in a week.
The average tree absorbs one tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2) over its lifetime. 50 trees can absorb that amount in a year. How much is one tonne of CO2? It’s equal to driving an average fuel car for six months or 8,800 cups of coffee.
With gigatonnes of CO2 emitted daily—how many trees do we need to protect and conserve nature? Trillions! We are planting and managing millions of trees as part of nature conservation projects. Our experienced team uses a certified methodology to ensure the long-term positive impact of your trees.
million trees being planted
hectares of country scouted
million tonnes of CO₂ to be captured
jobs being created
efficient cookstoves to be distributed
The Bulindi Chimpanzee Habitat Restoration project aims to rapidly restore the declining chimpanzee habitat in Bulindi, Uganda, through active afforestation and community involvement.
The Hongera Reforestation Project is a large-scale project that focuses on planting trees in catchment areas in Mt Kenya and the Aberdares, which are essential for water security and increasing levels of biodiversity.
The Greenzone Afforestation Project is a large-scale nature-based project to restore nature, create forests, and promote sustainable development, positively impacting local communities and the environment.