Enhance your brand reputation by planting trees and saving lives

Nature Based Solutions

Reforestation and conservation are critical components in the fight against climate change. In collaboration with our tree planting partner Eden Projects, we help to reduce extreme poverty and restore healthy forests. We achieve this by employing local people across eight different countries to plant millions of trees every year. 

Carbon Offsetting Projects

If you’re looking to purchase carbon credits, we typically offer a range of 45-50 projects across 25 countries. All our projects are certified by leading bodies such as the Verified Carbon Standard or Gold Standard. In addition, we track all carbon credit purchases using Blockchain technology to ensure complete traceability. 

Making a Positive Difference

At Positive Planet, we exist to tackle climate change and improve lives.  We measure our impact using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which address global challenges, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace, and justice. All our offsetting activity supports a minimum of seven UN SDG’s with most fulfilling at least nine. 

We Are Currently Losing One Acre Of Tropical Rainforest Almost Every Second

Deforestation is a global problem caused by several factors. These range from large scale land clearing by international corporations, unsustainable agriculture to daily community forest destruction.

The people most impacted by deforestation often live in underdeveloped areas, in conditions of extreme hardship. With few options to support their families, communities are often forced to destroy their local environment to survive, such as cutting down trees for construction, fuel, heat, and agricultural purposes.

The impact of deforestation is dramatic because it causes severe flooding, erosion, and desertification. The long-term effects of deforestation lead to even worse environmental devastation

Maximum Impact For Your Money

We believe that the money our clients spend on offsetting and tree planting should be spent on environmental solutions, not squandered on admin fees. We don’t make a profit from purchasing carbon credits or tree planting on your behalf. Carbon credit purchases may be subject to a transaction fee, which is often mitigated by bulk purchasing discounts. 

For every £5 You Spend With Us On Offsetting

More Than Carbon Capture

Trees do more than capture carbon. they also help fight the side effects of a changing climate, such as:

  • Prevent flooding
  • Reduce city temperature
  • Reduce pollution
  • Keep soil nutrient-rich
  • Prevent erosion
  • Support biodiversity and wildlife
  • Support local economies and create jobs


Tree Planting Projects We Support

Nepal - Mountains


Located in the Western region of Nepal

Challenging terrain that is unstable in deforested areas

New trees provide great benefits in anchoring the soil and protecting the villages from environmental disasters

Madagascar - Coastal


Mangrove reforestation and restoration projects

Provide stability against erosion and improve ocean and coral reef health

Over 2.7 million mangrove trees planted every month

Haiti - Coastal


Mangrove reforestation and restoration project

Mangroves play a key role in restoring and maintaining ocean health

Mozambique - Coastal

Maputo Bay

Southern tip of Mozambique, in close proximity to Maputo

Mangrove restoration and reforestation

Provide stability against erosion and improve ocean and coral reef health

Honduras - National Park

La Tigra

Singling and bare root transfer planting methods

Madagascar - Inland


Dry deciduous projects to reforest land devastated by slash and burn practices

Provide stability to the land and protect against erosion and flooding

Restore and expand vital animal habitat

Madagascar - National Park


Tropical dry deciduous forest and the home to eight species of endangered lemurs

Indonesia - Coastal

Biak Island

An island off the coast of Papua New Guinea

Mangrove and tropical forest habitats

Promoting food security through agroforestry

Kenya - Northern Coast

Lamu County

In partnership with David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Mangrove and coastal forest habitats

Provides employment to those living in extreme poverty, in addition to restoring key habitats that support livelihoods and cultural heritage

Nicaragua - Forest

Kijabe Forest

Tropical humid forest species provide food and security for those living in extreme poverty through agroforestry

Nepal - Grasslands


Located along the Southeastern tip of Nepal, bordering India

Characterized by flat grasslands and dense forest

Working with local people and community leaders to restore previously forested land in the region

Nepal - National Park


Located in South Central Nepal

The Chitwan Valley is characterized by its tropical and subtropical forests

Established in 1973, Chitwan, which means "Heart of the Jungle," was the first national park in Nepal

Haiti - Forestry


Agro community forests support food security in poverty-stricken areas

Planting includes species of citrus, mango, papaya, and moringa tree

Kenya - Rift Valley

Kijabe Forest

In partnership with Kijabe Forest Trust

Afromontane reforestation and restoration projects

Provides habitat for wildlife, sustainable economic opportunities for local families, a reliable water supply, and landslide protection

Happy To Support Eden Reforestation Projects

Positive Planet work with Eden Reforestation Projects to deliver tree planting projects, working to fight against climate change, right across our beautiful planet

Eden Reforestation Projects
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