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One For One

We have partnered with Ecodrive to help offset the carbon emissions emitted from our shipments by planting trees. This is a small step for YesAnd's goal to be carbon neutral by 11/11/22 and this supports our efforts in taking a stance with our customer's in the fight against climate change.

Planting trees to offset each customer’s package not only showcases our environmental efforts, but it allows our customer to plant trees alongside with us. For each order, we are planting trees together with the customer. This helps to increase our community.

How the Process Works

Our tree planting factors in the distance the package travels (from facility to our customers doorstep), weight of package and mode of transportation used for delivery. This results in the carbon emissions emitted. We then plant enough trees to offset those emissions.

Typically, domestic deliveries will be 1 tree per shipment and international deliveries will be 2-3 trees per shipment, depending on weight of your product. The trees costs $.65 per tree planted.

The Trees We Plant,

One of the key benefits of reforestation is that trees are extremely efficient at carbon sequestration and one of the most effective tools in the fight against dangerous Greenhouse Gases that contribute to climate change and global warming. Trees convert the carbon dioxide (CO2) into plant matter, holding this material for the life of the tree and beyond.

The areas in which we plant are carefully selected to ensure that alongside reducing carbon emissions, we are also aiding in supporting the alleviation of poverty by giving jobs to those in need to support your planting efforts.

We Plant Mangroves

Mangroves are one of the most effective and economic methods of offsetting carbon emissions. Studies show that Mangroves “sequester carbon at a rate two-four times greater than mature tropical forests” and contain “the highest carbon density of all terrestrial ecosystems.” (Fatoyinbo et al, 2017). Mangroves are also a key part of coastal ecosystems.


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