Thank you for your part in creating a low carbon future for Australia
As of April 2015, close to 15,000 native trees will have been planted on our behalf. As they grow, every 1,000* native trees planted in Greenfleet’s forest offset around 280 tonnes of CO2-e. Types of native trees that have been planted to establish a bio diverse forest include: Snow Gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora) Red Gum (Eucalyptus blakelyi) Manna Gum (Eucalyptus viminalis) Mountain Gum (Eucalyptus rubida) Silver Wattle (Acacia dealbata) Wooly Grevillea.
Where are the forests planted?
Greenfleet is currently planting in Kara Kara in Victoria (near St. Arnaud) and are also doing re-plantings in central Victoria. For 2016, they are planning to plant in Bundaberg, Ipswich, Gippsland, in the Otways, Warrnambool as well as Airey’s Inlet.
To date, Greenfleet has planted over 400 native forests in every state and territory of Australia – excluding Tasmania and the Northern Territory. Greenfleet works with private landholders, local and state governments to restore our unique landscapes by revegetating cleared land with biodiverse, native forests. Visit the interactive map www.greenfleet.com.au/Ourforests of our forests to find out more about the native, biodiverse forests Greenfleet has planted all over Australia.
Ecoprint Supplies has received Greenfleet’s Huon Award for five years of continuous support. Together we are transforming Australian landscapes back to their natural state by offsetting greenhouse gas emissions, as well as improving water quality, reducing soil degradation and providing essential habitat for native wildlife.
Keen to know more about Greenfleet?
Greenfleet is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping the community reduce and offset carbon emissions. Find out more from their website at www.greenfleet.com.au. They have lots of information for individuals and businesses about reducing greenhouse emissions. They also have links to other businesses that can help you to contribute to the funding of Greenfleet’s reforestation program.