Join NetPMD's Green Mission: Planting Trees for a Sustainable Future

In a world grappling with the devastating effects of climate change, it’s essential for individuals and organisations to step up and make a positive impact. NetPMD are on a mission to mitigate our environmental footprint and combat climate change by going green. One of the pivotal steps in this mission is our partnership with “More Trees” to plant trees for our staff, partners, and connections as part of a reforestation project in Madagascar.

Our Partnership with

NetPMD has joined forces with More Trees, an organisation dedicated to reforestation and sustainable environmental practices. Through this partnership, we are actively contributing to the restoration of healthy forests in Madagascar, one of the world’s most ecologically important regions. Madagascar boasts an astonishing 75% of species found nowhere else on Earth, making it a biodiversity hotspot.

You can check out our virtual forest here, just click the tree.

Why Madagascar Matters

Madagascar’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity are under severe threat due to deforestation. Currently, less than 10% of the island’s primary forests remain intact. Our reforestation efforts in Madagascar are not only aimed at combating climate change but also at preserving the island’s invaluable ecological heritage

The Impact of Tree Planting

Planting trees is a powerful tool for sequestering harmful carbon emissions. Each tree we plant will absorb an estimated 0.30 tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime. To put this in perspective, that’s equivalent to driving a standard car for over 700 miles. By supporting our tree planting initiative, you are directly contributing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating global warming.

Beyond Carbon Sequestration

Our commitment to tree planting goes beyond carbon sequestration. Trees offer a multitude of co-benefits, including:

  1. Water Filtration: Forests act as natural water filters, helping to maintain clean and healthy water sources for both humans and wildlife.
  2. Shelter: Trees provide shelter for countless species, offering a safe haven for wildlife and aiding in biodiversity conservation.
  3. Food Sources: Forests are home to a wide variety of plants and animals that serve as important food sources for local communities.
  4. Poverty Alleviation: Reforestation projects like the one in Madagascar also aim to alleviate poverty by providing employment opportunities and sustainable livelihoods to local communities.
  5. Biodiversity: The restoration of forests supports the survival of unique and endangered species found in Madagascar.

Join Us in Making a Big Impact

At NetPMD, we firmly believe that collective small contributions can make a significant difference. By planting trees and supporting reforestation efforts, we are taking meaningful steps toward a greener, more sustainable future. We invite you to join us on this journey and be a part of the solution to combat climate change, protect biodiversity, and improve the lives of communities in Madagascar.

Together, we can make a big impact and leave a legacy of a healthier planet for future generations.