Keysource commits to planting trees
Keysource, the global datacentre and critical environment specialist, has partnered with Tree-Nation and committed to planting a tree for every order it receives in a move designed to offset CO2 emissions on behalf of the company and its clients.
Clients will have the opportunity to plant their tree and receive a ‘Tree Planting Certificate’ detailing the plantation project, species of tree and the all-important lifetime CO2 offset.
Tree-Nation’s mission is to reforest the world by planting trees, one of the most efficient solutions to fight climate change. This helps not only to restore forests but also create jobs, support local communities and protect biodiversity.
Since their inception in 2006, more than 6 million trees have been planted using their platform.
Keysource has chosen to initially support the Eden Projects in Nepal as some of its colleagues are from that region and will consider other projects throughout the year, including some in the UK.
Jon Healy, Operations Director at Keysource, said: “We are committed to supporting our clients’ sustainable goals, whatever their drivers. All eyes are on the corporate green agenda and it is imperative that businesses take the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint, among other planet saving efforts. This is not just good business sense, it is also morally the right thing to do and our decision to partner with Tree Nation forms an important part of our ongoing CSR programme.”