TNW Forest by Treedom

Because there's no planet B.

In our pledge to create a better and more sustainable future, we've partnered with Treedom to plant trees all over the world, bringing benefits to the environment and the people who live in it.

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Our partner in crime

Treedom is the first platform in the world that allows you to plant a tree from a distance and follow the story of the project online or on your phone.

Every tree is planted by local farmers, geolocated, photographed, and given its own online page on the treedom website so you can follow the story of its project.

Since its foundation in 2010, Treedom has more than 3 million trees have been planted across Africa, South America, and Europe. In 2014, the company became a certified B Corporation, and part of the global network of companies that stand out for their high environmental and social performance.

Adding to existing annual crops

Adding to existing annual crops


Treedom's trees are planted in agroforestry projects. That means that the trees are planted among existing crops (like corn, beans, wheat, etc.), thus allowing us to maximize the environmental, economic, and social benefits the trees can generate.

Local communities get the training and financial support they need to take care of the trees and be able to enjoy their fruits. That's why project areas are often located in developing countries, where trees can really make a difference.

Our TNW trees can be found all over the world, including in Cameroon, Guatemala, Madagascar, Honduras, and Colombia.

Trees are indispensable

Trees are indispensable


Trees are valuable allies in the fight against climate change because they produce oxygen, improve air quality, and help lower temperatures by removing CO2 from the atmosphere.

But that's not even half of it.

  • They support life, offering shelter, shade, and nourishment to various plant and animal species, and protect them from increasingly frequent extreme climate events.
  • Trees create an undergrowth capable of intercepting rainwater and giving the soil time to gradually absorb it, counteracting soil erosion thanks to their roots.
  • Forests promote biodiversity: a landscape rich in varied species is more resistant to disease and becomes a paradise for pollinating insects.
  • And much much more!