and feeling good?
There is an ambiguous relationship
between travel and nature: on the one hand we want to visit and
enjoy the beautiful natural places of our planet, but on the
other hand these trips put nature under pressure. This is
largely due to the greenhouse gases emitted when we fly. The
Trees for All foundation takes care of plantations and
regeneration of woodland and invests in sustainable energy to
reduce the damaging effects of your journey. Trees absorb CO2
and sustainable energy prevents the emission of CO2.
These projects also contribute to the social-economic
development of the local population, reduce erosion, increase
biodiversity and improve the water quality. With your donation
of € 3,00 through Ecologico Tours and the donation of
Ecologico Tours of 3,00 (plantation of 1 tree cost € 6,00) some of the damaging
effects of your journey will be compensated by the project in
the Philippines, on Mali or Borneo (so we can continue to enjoy the beautiful
places on Earth).
For every your donation, Ecologico Tours will also donate the
same € 3,00.
Trees for All is an independent, non
profit-making foundation and a 'Good Cause' officially
recognised in The Netherlands with CBF certification.
Trees for All is one of the few Dutch institutions which
can boast the quality title 'Klimaatcompensatie.nl'
which guarantees that it is inspected annually by an
Through their work woods have already
been planted, cultivated and protected in Malaysia, Mali, the
Philippines and Bolivia. The local populations enjoy the
benefits of the recovery of the natural environment, woodland
produce and the resulting employment. Nature has more space for
animal and plant species at risk of extinction.
For more information and to calculate
with the 'climate calculator' the emission of CO2
caused by your trip visit the TREES
Two examples of
one of the projects of Trees for All:
Jatropha Project in Mali (in operation since 2007).
trees are not only advantageous for the local conditions
(protecting livestock) but also for the global climate: the
jatropha is a tree which absorbs carbon dioxide and produces
seeds which contain significant quantities of oil, which is used
for the production of bio diesel.
and Regeneration of the rainforests of the Danum Valley on the
island of Borneo.
protection, the rainforest area could be seriously damaged by
deforestation (illegal or legal) which is carried out to clear
land for the planting of palm trees for oil. The aim of the
project is to protect the forest and spread knowledge among the
local population about the importance of the forests for
absorbing CO2 and
for the conservation of the animal and plant species present