Here at Morgans Consult, we want to help make a significant difference not only to your business, but to the world.
A bold shout but hear us out!
With sustainability growing to become one of the most popular lifestyle choices in recent years, we hope it will become second nature to us all as we shift into the future with a new way of thinking, operating, and living.
Caring for the planet and our global environment is something we’re passionate about and it’s something many of our customers are passionate about, too.
That’s why for every £1,000 you spend on our services we promise to plant 10 trees on your behalf *.
Trees not only remind us of the natural beauty that nature has to offer, but they are also essential for people, wildlife, and the planet’s environment.
By giving back to the planet and planting trees on your behalf, together we can help sequester carbon emissions and make a notable difference for generations to come.
UN Backed & Accredited Tree Planting Projects
To achieve this, we work with UN backed and accredited global tree planting partners who carry out local community projects that restore forests, boost economies, and sequester CO2 emissions.
Planting trees to practice carbon sequestration and help remove carbon from the atmosphere is one of the key approaches we can take to tackle climate change.
We’ll even keep you up to date throughout the tree-planting process so you can keep tabs on the positive environmental impact being made as we work together.
Planting Trees Across the Globe
By working with UN backed projects across the globe we can:
• Plant mangrove trees in Kenya
• Restore forests in Madagascar
• Grow indigenous agroforestry trees in Haiti
What Are The Benefits of Planting Trees?
The benefits of planting trees while working with us to make a positive impact on the environment are aplenty. Some of the key benefits include:
Make the most of an opportunity to help make a real difference to the world our children will live in. Working with Morgans Consult has never been so sustainable.
* Figures are accurate from 01.6.2022 and may vary, please contact us for latest information