Pukka is partnering with global charity TreeSisters to plant trees around the world, supporting restoration through reforestation.
Addressing the climate crisis
The UN has warned that we have 12 years to address the climate crisis and limit global warming.
Scientific evidence tells us that to keep the rise in global temperatures below 1.5C – preserving a liveable planet – emissions of carbon dioxide need to be cut aggressively by 45% by 2030.
Planting trees = the best climate solution available today
Forest reforestation (planting trees) is the “best climate change solution available today”, according to a recent study by Crowther Lab.
Trees are carbon made visible – when burnt or cleared, they release carbon back into the atmosphere. By destroying trees, we are destroying the very ecosystems and mechanisms that nature has designed for cleaning up excess carbon dioxide.
What is Pukka doing?
Pukka is partnering with global charity TreeSisters to plant trees around the world, supporting restoration through reforestation. At no extra cost to customers, for every Pukka product sold, they will donate to TreeSisters to plant a tree.
Planting trees through sales is one of many initiatives Pukka is implementing to reduce our carbon impact. In 2018, we had our goal – to be carbon zero by 2030 – validated by the Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) and in 2019, we declared a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency.
Where is Pukka planting trees?
Through Pukka’s donations, trees will be planted in Madagascar and Nepal. In Madagascar, we are working with TreeSisters to expand one of the richest and most distinctive tropical dry forests, to benefit critically endangered plants and animals. The impact of TreeSisters’ work supports both the environment and local communities.
Buy Pukka and Get A Tree Planted!
For every Pukka tea, latte or supplements you buy at Naturalife, a tree will be planted! Helping our planet couldn’t be easier!
TreeSisters plant trees around the world supporting restoration through reforestation. For more information on TreeSisters and the work they do click here.