You can see all our impact receipts, so you can rest assured that we're doing what we say we're doing.
Our community is making an awesome difference to the environment.
Here’s the impact we’ve had so far.
Want to know what features we have lined up?
Check out our public product roadmap.
Frequently Asked Questions
Nope – you can contribute for as many months as you’d like.
Most of the seeds are collected by local villagers from nearby remnant forests. If required to supplement the collected seeds, seeds are purchased from local, trusted seed banks. Our projects never purchase seedlings; they grow in their own nurseries to ensure higher quality and germination rates.
All trees are planted by local villagers, helping to alleviate extreme poverty within the impacted community. This also gives the villagers have an economic incentive and sense of “ownership” to ensure the wellbeing of the restored forest.
Our projects work carefully with all levels of government to secure written agreements designating the restoration sites as protected in perpetuity.
Carbon offset schemes allow individuals and businesses to invest in environmental projects to ‘balance out’ their carbon footprints by funding an equivalent saving of CO2 elsewhere.
These projects are generally designed to reduce future emissions, and can include things like investments in schemes to build renewable energy technologies. Other schemes work by taking CO2 straight out of the air, for example tree planting and the protection of existing forests.
Not all carbon offset schemes are created equal. Our carbon offsetting partner, Gold Standard, is well-renowned for their rigorous measurement of impact and outcome.
We prefer to support programmes which contribute both to the environment, and also the local community.
Absolutely – it’s so important to think first and foremost about reducing your footprint. Carbon offsets are not a magic fix for high emissions.
The best thing you can do is to try and reduce your personal impact. Here are some easy things you can do to get you started.
We can proudly say that 85% of our income from individuals goes straight into funding climate projects. For business accounts, it’s 77.5%.
The remaining costs are used to cover the costs of keeping this project going (things like hosting, tech, account management and payment processing fees).