This Valentine’s Day, show your love and appreciation for your loved ones by gifting them something that will last a lifetime while regenerating the planet.
Here are 3 gift ideas that will make an impact for years to come!
1. A “bouquet” of trees with The Canopy Project to help reforest areas in need, better local communities, and protect biodiversity.
This Valentine’s Day, say goodbye to the bouquet of red roses that wilts within a week. Instead, gift those you care about something that will withstand the test of time, a “bouquet” of trees.
Click here to send a Canopy Project Valentine’s ecard. 💌
Image by Earthday.org
2. Gift a coral to help restore coral ecosystems with Coral Guardian
Coral Guardian is a non-governmental organisation. Since 2012, they have been working internationally and with local communities to protect coral ecosystems.
Click here to gift a coral to your loved one.
Scientists estimate that coral reefs are home to more than 25% of marine species. Corals are also at the core of the formation of other ecosystems. Image by Coral Guardian
3. Gift the adoption of 10 trees with EcoMatcher where your Valentine will be able to track every tree with a satellite map to watch their trees grow!
EcoMatcher partners with vetted foundations from around the world specialised in planting trees. Organisations that plant the right trees at the right time at the right place. Through technology, EcoMatcher knows everything about every tree, such as location, date of planting, species, etc.
Click here to gift 10 trees with EcoMatcher. 🌳
There are so many great projects doing incredible work to regenerate our planet.
Support a cause that speaks to you, and give your loved ones an everlasting gift this Valentine’s Day! 🌱
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