legal technology, accountancy tech | 19 October, 2021

Oosha partners with JUST ONE Tree to tackle climate change

At Oosha we’re passionate about sustainability, and as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility policy, we've partnered with JUST ONE Tree to help reduce our carbon footprint and restore our planet. 

The goal is to help plant 1000 trees by July 2022, and following our first commitment in September 2021, we're on our way. 

You can play your part, we're promising that for everyone who talks to us about IT, we'll plant a tree. 

Our Total Tree Count to Date: 250

Removing approximately 3.08 tonnes from the atmosphere per year (77 tonnes over the next 25 years)

How is JUST ONE Tree helping us to achieve our target?

JUST ONE Tree is a non-profit initiative removing CO2 from the atmosphere and reversing biodiversity loss through global reforestation. They plant trees in areas severely affected by deforestation to maximise the effect on reducing global warming. In the process, they help to provide agricultural education and sustainable incomes to local communities.

But they don’t stop there. JUST ONE Tree concentrates on restoring the entire ecosystem by planting on land and in the oceans, and they also focus on helping to shape the next generation of planet-conscious thinkers by bringing environmental education into the classrooms with lesson plans and JUST ONE Tree Day. 

Both Oosha and JUST ONE Tree are firm believers in the power of individual actions adding up to a big difference. It’s at the heart of what we do, whether that’s with our legal and accountancy IT support, or with JUST ONE Tree through their business collective, their JUST ONE Tree Day in schools and rippling through to the countries where we’re planting together.
Posted by Liam Stainer

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