Evers Reforest

You can neutralise your carbon
consumption with your own forest

CO2 is one of the key perpetrators of climate change.

Trees can move mountains

CO2 is one of the key perpetrators of cli- mate change. That’s why it’s up to all of us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, or even to avoid them completely, if possible. The latter is only partially possible for the production of catalogues, brochures and many other activities. The solution until such a time as it is fully possible is called CO2 compensation. Just one single tree can convert an average of 100 kg of CO2 into biomass in a year.

How Evers ReForest works

Evers ReForest plants 7,000 to 8,000 trees per hectare for new mixed decidu- ous forests. Whether beech, oak, maple, hornbeam or lime: they all help you to improve your individual CO2 balance. In this way, a forest will soon be created, a habitat in which animals and plants will once again thrive and feel at home. Your tree will continue to grow for decades and compensate for more and more CO2. On top of that, your commitment can be seen, touched, smelled and even walked through: Because you can visit your very own forest at any time.

Why reforest?

CO2 is one of the biggest contributors to climate change. For this reason, it is up to all of us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or – if possible – even avoid them completely. So until that happens, the solution is CO2 compensation. On average, a single tree can convert 100 kg of CO2 into biomass per year.

How much can you achieve with an entire forest?

We founded the reforestation company Evers ReForest back in 2011. And it showed us that CO2 compensation is not that complicated: by first reforesting mixed deciduous forests, CO2 emissions can be compensated, be it your company’s vehicle fleet, private air travel or your own household’s electricity and gas consumption.

For your commitment, you may label your products with the Evers ReForest logo and receive a certificate.

Our reforestation areas

Your forests are in Schleswig-Holstein, between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Near Welmbüttel, for example, north-east of Meldorf: 105 hectares designated as a nature conservation area. Or in Lehmku- hlen, a municipality that borders the town of Preetz to the east, right in the middle of the northern foothills in the hilly landscape of Schleswig-Holstein.

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