Timberland Brand Planting 50 Million Trees Worldwide

Since 2001, Timberland has already planted 10 million trees in different parts of the world. The brand plans to continue to manufacture its products at the Gold and Silver enterprises of the Leather Working Grou8. This ensures the minimization of harmful emissions into the environment.

Timberland manufactures part of its products from recycled polyethylene materials: more than 345 million plastic bottles have already found a new life in the brand’s products.

The campaign is represented by 12 heroes who promote eco-ideas.

Inna Moja

musician, activist, ambassador of the Great Green Wall project

- I believe that everyone can become a hero of nature if he does at least something every day. Sort garbage daily, buy ethical products, read labels on clothes, food, coffee. You can do something at every step. Paying attention to such trifles, you will notice how you do more and more.

Timberland Brand Planting 50 Million Trees Worldwide

Photo: Timberland

Timberland Brand Planting 50 Million Trees Worldwide

Photo: Timberland

Timberland will support the African movement to plant a strip of trees with a length of 8 thousand kilometers "Great Green Wall "(GreatGreenWall).

According to a new

study

from the Swiss University of ETH Zürich, reforestation is one of the most effective mitigation strategies. At the same time, the global tree planting program could neutralize two-thirds of all emissions into the atmosphere.

Jim Pisani

President of Timberland

- We are at Timberland We realize how a modern lifestyle affects our planet. We are responsible for making a difference. Trees and green spaces allow to qualitatively improve the planet and contribute to the well-being of every person.

Our commitment to tree planting is a real and measurable way to act on the basis of the belief that a greener future is a better future. We urge people around the world to join this movement and take action themselves - big or small - to become real heroes for nature.

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