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OSP with Biodiversity

OSP Blades with Godall Biodiversity project

One Tree Planted project with Dr. Jane Goodall

We have been in this project for few years cooperating with the One Tree Planted. It is about making our hands longer to remote planting woods that is – in our approach – the motor of the globe. It is also important for us to see the bigger picture: forests not also make oxygen but also the basis of biodiversity.

Biodiversity, the variety of life on Earth in all forms and interactions, thrives in healthy habitats where nature can recover after ecological disturbance. Reforestation is essential for this process.


When we got informed about One Tree Planted’s Biodiversity Project we did not hesitate to push the donation button. The most exciting is that one of their latest projects is established with Dr Jane Goodall: Planting Trees for Chimpanzees with the Jane Goodall Institute.

As they write on their website this is a unique opportunity to support an incredibly special wildlife habitat and corridor restoration partnership between One Tree Planted and the Jane Goodall Institute. The objective of this partnership is to restore and conserve nature for biodiversity while also supporting local communities. Donations to this project will help us plant 3 million trees as part of a broad scope, long-term and large-scale initiative that will connect forests for wildlife while strengthening forest monitoring and law enforcement to prevent future deforestation. The trees will be planted in the Albertine Rift forests of Uganda, close to where Dr. Jane Goodall began her extraordinary career and fell in love with chimpanzees — our closest wildlife relatives!

It is an honour to support her and biodiversity.

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