Posted by Andie Missert on April 10, 2019.
Earth Day is April 22nd and if you’re like us, you’ve already figured out how you’re participating. Think of Earth Day as the start of the new year, setting goals to recycle, be more eco-conscious, purchase sustainable products, organize a local beach cleanup, etc. Make some short-term and long-term goals, and get friends and family involved, too!
This April we’re partnering with One Tree Planted, a 501C3 non-profit with a mission to reforest the planet one tree at a time. From our exploration in sustainability, we’ve learned that tens of millions of trees are cut down each year, just for paper notebooks alone. It’s time for us to do more than create a reusable notebook - let’s reforest the planet together.
Everyone knows that the endlessly reusable Rocketbook Everlast saves countless amounts of trees by illuminating the need for thousands of paper notebook pages. And once we heard about the amazing work One Tree Planted does, we knew a partnership was a match made in a lush forest!
We designed a special edition Rocketbook Everlast to celebrate our precious planet. And for the month of April, for everyEverlast Earth Edition sold, One Tree Planted will plant one tree. On Earth Day, April 22, we are doubling up on the cause and planting TWO trees for every special notebook sold on getrocketbook.com! Feel free to equip all of your friends and family with Rocketbooks and help us plant a new forest! We want to do our part to reforest the planet, how will you help?
One Tree Planted was founded in 2014 andworks with reforestation organizations around the world to help get more trees in the ground.Through donations and fundraising, they're able to plant trees in North America, South America, Asia, and Africa. Trees are vital to our everyday lives andhelp clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity. One Tree Planted isalso committed to helping young folks learn about the importance of trees, sustainability, and having a positive impact on the environment.
Want to get down and dirty for Earth Day? Check out the One Tree Planted list ofvolunteer events across the globe orbecome a One Tree Planted ambassador. By working together, we can reforest the planet one tree at a time.