Nissan to plant 20,000 trees

Nissan and non-profit conservation organisation the Arbor Day Foundation will together plant 20,000 trees across Europe in 2021 to mark a decade of the LEAF car – the first mass-market electric vehicle.

Sites across the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands have all been purposely selected to benefit from the reforestation programme. From reducing flooding to save a children’s play area outside London, to reconstituting woodlands badly impacted by bark beetles on the outskirts of Paris, each urban location endeavours to serve a bigger social need to make sure local environments are a better place to live.

“Nature-based climate solutions not only mitigate the environmental impact of daily business operations but also protect the ecosystems and economies that people and wildlife alike rely upon. Our partnership with Nissan allows us to further this work around the world,” said Dan Lambe, president of the Arbor Day Foundation.

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