Trees for Homes

trees for allThe Trees for Homes programme contributes to climate change mitigation action and is registered internationally through the Verified Emission Reductions under the Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS). The programme creates awareness of the benefits of planting trees in low-income communities, greens, educates, short-term job creation, offsets carbon emissions and transforms communities into healthier, more sustainable environments. Costs per tree for the entire programme all inclusive are R130.

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Coronation Fund Managers Greening Mamelodi

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Coronation Fund Managers and Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) are celebrating Earth Day by planting 1 500 trees nationwide. Coronation has noticed that presentation print-outs and flyers are often discarded by delegates at its regular conferences. This year, Coronation is donating the money that would have been spent on conference packs to low-income communities which have applied for trees. This intervention will create temporary employment, green the environment, and reduce its environmental impact. The trees will sequester 553.3 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
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R1 million from kulula fans for Bamboo and Trees around South Africa

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 width=kulula fans raised a whopping R1 million to support Food & Trees for Africa's (FTFA) efforts to address climate change whilst improving environments for the poor.  This was done through  kulula's Project Green Programme, which aims to combat the atmospheric carbon loads and greenhouses gases released by its aircraft.

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