We compensate more than 30 tons of CO2 thanks to the Arteche Forest

17 Dec 2020
Arteche's vocation is to promote and integrate a responsible culture with the surroundings and the environment, and for this reason it has started the Bosque Arteche project in collaboration with Tree-Nation, which will entail the capture of 34.78 tons of CO2

The Arteche Group is a signatory of the Global Compact and has committed to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, among which is the SDG 11 of Sustainable Cities and Communities. As part of Arteche's commitment to sustainable development, our vocation is to promote and integrate a responsible culture with the surroundings and the environment.

This is why we have launched, in collaboration with Tree-Nation, the "Bosque Arteche" project. We started planting almost 200 trees that will emit more than 30 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

These trees will be integrated in two reforestation projects which have already started in Spain. The species, ash and holm oak, have been chosen taking into account the respect for the biodiversity in those forests, since they were native species, typical in the reforested areas.

For every tree that is planted, one day of oxygen is guaranteed for four people, in addition to protecting the soil by preventing its wearing away and erosion and generating new ecosystems for animals and insects.

Both the activity of these areas and the compensation of the tons of CO2 can be followed through the website of our forest: https://tree-nation.com/profile/arteche.

We compensate more than 30 tons of CO2 thanks to the Arteche Forest