We partner with Tree-Nation to pay farmers in developing countries to plant trees and sequester carbon. Each year we pay for twice the emissions of our operation.
We are a carbon negative operation.
We Are Always Open To Feedback
In 2015 the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were created and adopted by all United Nations Member States. The SDGs are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The SDGs recognize that sustainable development must be socially, economic and environmentally sustainable and that often these goals are interrelated (action or inaction in one goal can affect the others). The United Nations States adoption of the SDGs is also a promise that states that are farther ahead in their development will help those behind them to develop in a sustainable manner.
Treetable measures how its projects are contributing to the greater good of the world through the SDGs. Treetable uses spatial analysis tools, surveys, and business data to measure the amount that our efforts are impacting lives everywhere. These results are reported at the end of each year through environmental and social governance (ESG) reports.
What We Measure
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Dollars Distributed, People Impacted
Products Contributed for Food
GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Nutrient and Sediment Delivery, Medicinal Plants Distributed
Classes on Regenerative Agriculture and Other Sustainable Living Methods
Who is Impacted through Jobs and Being Associated with our Programs, Progress towards our Diversity Mandate
CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
Seasonal and Annual Water Yield, Nutrient and Sediment Delivery
AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
The Amount of Renewable Energy our Operation Utilizes
DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Feedback from our Partners, Increase in Profitability from Our Operation
INDUSTRY, INNOVATION, AND INFRASTRUCTURE
New Forest Products Created, Infrastructure Shared with Partners, and Adoption by Consumers of Forest Products
How Our Operation is Affecting the Equitable Distribution of Resources
SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
How The Sustainability of Our Operation is Impacting that of Other Operations
RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
Carbon Sequestration, Urban Cooing
LIFE BELOW WATER
Blue Carbon, Nutrient and Sediment Delivery, and Aqua-cultural Production
LIFE ON LAND
Habitat quality and rarity, vegetation type, biodiversity, connectivity of ecosystems, risk of conversion of ecosystems, pollinator abundance
PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS
Laws and Legal Documents That Pertain and Support Us and Our Partners, Partners Certified Under Laws (Organic, Carbon Credit, etc)
PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS
Partnerships Established with other Organizations, Farmers and Stakeholders