Somnowell Marketing has planted 400 trees for our clients and employees to offset CO2 emissions, reports Loran Simon, managing director of Somnowell.
“With this monthly action, we’re making the Somnowell company staff CO2-neutral, making the website CO2-neutral, and offsetting the team’s emissions” he explains. “The Somnowell staff has enthusiastically supported this contribution to our planet’s health.”
The effort is in conjunction with Tree-Nation, a platform created to connect concerned environmentalists with tree-planting projects around the world.
Trees are key pillars of the world for both humans and the environment, according to Tree-Nation. Trees benefit us by purifying water, air and creating better social conditions. They benefit the environment by providing homes for various forms of life, cooling our climate and improving our soil.
Trees sponsored by Somnowell are planted in Project Trees for Tigers, located in India. The Tiger project is being implemented on the fringes of Similipal National Park at Jamukeshwar village range (District Mayurbhanj, State of Odisha).
Similipal National Park is home to the only known habitat of the elusive melanistic, or black, tigers. Similipal is one of India’s oldest tiger reserves. Declared in 1973 under Project Tiger, it contains 2,750 sq km of forest and is prime habitat for tigers, prey species and elephants.
“As a health-focused company, we at Somnowell believe in proactively working toward good health,” says Loran. “We believe our contributions to tree-planting will benefit each individual person on this planet we all share. We are proud to participate in this worthwhile program to reduce carbon emissions.”