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We will donate 5% of today’s (26 November 2021) revenue for reforestation

Instead of black, green; and instead of percentages, a good deed: We decided to hold a Green Friday again this year. The 2020 donation campaign was a great success, and we are happy and proud that in the end – thanks to your support – we were able to donate 1000 saplings.

Quality before quantity

It is important to us that we don’t just donate as many saplings as possible but that we are working with a reputable reforestation project. With BOS Switzerland, we have an experienced partner by our side. As part of their 'One Tree One Life' campaign, they have been reforesting destroyed rainforests in Indonesia for years.
We attach great importance to supporting a sustainable and long-term project. For the amount paid to BOS Switzerland for a future tree, the sapling is not only planted but also tended for the next 5 years. It ensures that commitment quite literally takes root. With such long-term care, each sapling is given the best possible chance to grow into a strong tree – and become part of a new jungle. A jungle that not only offers protection to many endangered animal species but also binds CO₂ and thus has a positive impact on the global climate.
... Usually, they are planted by locals who can generate a local income for their families this way.
By renaturing the soil, restoring the natural fire protection and enforesting these areas with local and endangered tree varieties, BOS combines climate and rainforest protection with species protection and sustainable development cooperation.

... Each year another 1.3 million hectares disappear.
Rainforest protection also means climate protection, as the Indonesian peat bog forests also absorb huge quantities of CO2 and hence are often referred to as lungs of the Earth.
Peat bog forests represent a worldwide unique ecosystem and a huge storage of CO2. Peat bog forests only cover 3 per cent of the Earth’s surface but absorb one third of the earthbound carbon.

... based in Zurich and has been fighting for the protection of the last orangutans and the conservation of their habitat, the rainforest of Borneo in Indonesia, for years.
In the framework of the one-tree-one-life campaign, BOS Switzerland, together with volunteers, employees of the BOS foundation and the local population reforests the rain forest that has been burnt down and renatures the destroyed peat bog forests.

Donate or give away trees yourself as a present:
(website in German)