Partnership with Reforest’Action: Here are the results!
Posted By Lucie Gaget on May 11, 2020 |
In April 2020, your 3D printing service, Sculpteo, has been celebrating Earth Month. First thing first, we want to thank you for your participation in this amazing project.
We are partnered with Reforest’Action, a social enterprise aiming to preserve and restore forests everywhere in the world. To help them raise awareness and take action for forests, Sculpteo chose to plant 10 trees for every 100€ / $ spent on Sculpteo.com.
What are the results of this partnership with Reforest’Action?
Your participation throughout the month with the orders you’ve placed on our online 3D printing service resulted in the planting of a forest made of 10 600 trees!! But what is the effect of these 10 600 trees?
– 1 590 metric tons of CO2 are stored
– 31 800 shelters for animals are created
– 3 533 years of oxygen are generated
– 1 514 days of work are created
We would like to thank you for your participation and your orders. Now, here are pictures and information about the project you’ve participated in!
Reforestation in Peru
Progreso is an NGO partner of Reforest’Action present in Peru to plant these new trees. This NGO has more than 25 years of experience in the development of agroforestry systems, improvement of food security, and fight against climate change. But what is the goal of this whole project? The goal is to fight against deforestation, climate change, and to encourage the economic development of the population as well as the preservation of biodiversity.
In order to do so, they plant trees and develop educational programs about environmental preservation with local communities. The planting process is starting in May and will be over at the end of June.
Reforest’Action is offering the financing needed by these local municipalities, willing to reforest their soil. All the orders you’ve placed in April on Sculpteo’s online 3D printing service will support this reforestation project in Peru.
Here are some pictures of the reforestation project taking place in Peru: