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500 000 trees waiting to be planted.

We are currently working on a forestation project in Arusha, Tanzania which will be financed by CO2-compensations on this site. When you compensate for your emissions with us, we plant trees for the same amount. Trees absorb CO2 from the air and store it in the wood while releasing oxygen back to the atmosphere. The planting season in Arusha starts in November and goes on until April-May, depending on the weather. Join us today to be a part of the change!

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About us

Planet Loves Trees is a small size startup company based in Finland that is looking to grow with international partners and networks. 

Our vision and dream

To build a future where climate change is reversed and the planet is greened with the help from small businesses and local people cooperating. 

Our mission

To provide hope and change to a world challenged by climate change and endangered by pollution and environmental disasters caused by human activities. 

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Our Forestation Projects

We are currently managing a tree planting project in Arusha, Tanzania in cooperation with our partner Habari Maalum. We have a long history of working with Habari Maalum on several development and environmental projects. The current tree planting project is just a new way of cooperation that started in 2019. 

A picture from 2017 when Niklas visited an agroforestry site planted by Habari Maalum.
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Our Certified Clients

Planet Loves Trees certificate

On this page you can find companies and businesses that cooperate with us to make climate smart plans for products, services or compensate for their business or client’s CO2. The companies on this site have made a climate smart plan and recieved the Planet Loves Trees Climate Smart Certificate. 

VRK, Vaasan Rakennuskorjaus – Vasa Byggnadsreparation AB

www.vaasanrakennuskorjaus.fi

Vaasan Rakennuskorjaus is company in the building industry with a staff of over 30 people. Together we are making a climate smart plan to compensate for the emissions related to transport. VRK is working with us on forest planting projects in Arusha, Tanzania.

Vestiarium

www.vestiarium.net

Vestiarium is a Finnish womenswear concept created in 2016 to support and celebrate purposeful women of the world.

Vestiarium manufacture everything nearby in Finland and Estonia, in small family-run factories, to promote ethical and sustainable production – and great service to speedy women. Each garment is also signed by its maker.

NiinMua

www.niinmua.com

NiinMua is a secondhand and vintage company that sells both online and in a traditional store. NiinMua’s values are closely related to circular economy and sustainable development. We are working on assessing the carbon footprint of the company in order to enhance the sustainability in the business chain.

Simgo Oy

www.simgo.fi

Simgo is specialized in office solutions and is planning business sustainability within the Planet Loves Trees climate smart plan.

Anders Jorulf Photography AB

Fotoadventures.se 

Fotoadventures arranges photography travel packages for clients all over the world. We are especially looking forward to fotoadventure’s guests and photos from Tanzania & Arusha, where we have our forestation projects. Fotoadventures compensate for travel and supports local climate change actions in Tanzania by working with us in forestation.

Read more about how to receive the climate smart certificate!

We are currently working with several companies to establish compensation and certification plans. We will keep this page updated companies that have made the climate smart certification plan with us.

This is how it works

When a tree grows it absorbs CO2 and releases oxygen back to the atmosphere. This is part of the photosynthesis, the process by which trees use energy from the sunlight to produce glucose from CO2 and water. 

The absorbed CO2 is stored in the biomass, the roots, branches and stem of the tree. About half of the wood in a tree is pure carbon.

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