SafeSwap gives back to nature!

Together with our Environment partner Ecologi we are purchasing trees which are then planted all around the world directly by the team members from Ecologi.

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Planting Trees with Ecologi

We have great trust in Ecologi and ensure that a large portion of our trees are planted directly through their organisation. Ecologi has been around for a long time and are working with many outstanding organisations such as Eden Reforestation Projects.

Over the next few years we aim to plant 1.000.000+ Trees.

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27500+ Trees

Trees planted by SafeSwap.

995,000+ Trees

Aimed to plant in the future.

1000+ Trees

Minimum monthly target

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Reforestation is widely understood as a major natural climate solution

From an ecological point of view we’re only just grasping the cost of what life is like without trees. With our mangrove trees they capture up to four times as much carbon per acre than tropical rainforests. Three quarters of tropical fish rely on their root systems for nurseries and shelter.

Projects that SafeSwap help with funding

Reforestation projects
in Mozambique

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Reforestation projects
in Madagascar

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Producing renewable wind
energy in Bulgaria

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What Environment brands we are working with!

The founders of SafeSwap come from a family that has been involved with the environmental industry for many generations. We hope to create awareness all around the world and aim to do so with the following partners.

Eden Projects

Eden Reforestation Projects is a nonprofit organization that works in developing countries to rebuild natural landscapes destroyed by deforestation.

Eden works directly with villages and communities suffering from extreme poverty resulting from the deforestation and destruction of the land that sustains them..

Eden Projects
Ecologi

Our collective home is in the process of being turned totally upside down which is leading to strife for almost all life on Earth. We know it’s preventable. And we know it’s not going to save itself. So, it is up to us to solve it. But what levers can we pull?

Reducing our carbon footprint is entirely necessary, but the transition of change is far slower than the time we have remaining.

Ecologi

Coastal mangrove restoration in Zambezia

The Irregele Milato planting site comprises 756 hectares in the Quelimane District of Zambezia Province, where today, local people often rely on fishing, agriculture and charcoal production for their livelihoods.

The necessity for timber for income and for use in daily life has led to extensive deforestation in the area, and flooding in these deforested areas also causes further damage to the ecosystem and to people’s homes and property.

The village of Changalane is unusual in the region, due to its majority adult-aged population, of which more than half are women. Historically, this village earned its livelihood through agriculture and the sale of coal, and high poverty rates mean the population relies heavily on its natural resources and forests for survival.

The intensive practices of tree-cutting for firewood and charcoal has led to a heavily degraded environment.

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Helping the world

To be a better place

Coastal mangrove restoration in Marotaola

The Irregele Milato planting site comprises 756 hectares in the Quelimane District of Zambezia Province, where today, local people often rely on fishing, agriculture and charcoal production for their livelihoods.

The necessity for timber for income and for use in daily life has led to extensive deforestation in the area, and flooding in these deforested areas also causes further damage to the ecosystem and to people’s homes and property.

Read full story about Marotaola