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We love our planet

and care for what we love.

Working together for a greener world

Let's roll up our sleeves.

You have probably read it already: for every product sold, we plant 1 tree in Madagascar. And that makes an impact!

With our reforestation project, we contribute to the recovery of the ecosystem and create jobs for the local population.

We do this in cooperation with Eden Projects.

Will you contribute a tree too?

" Because of Eden Projects, I can feed my family again"
Medewerker Eden Projects Planting site
Eden Projects


trees planted so far

We made it!

One million tree milestone reached
Bambook planting site

For each product sold, we plant a tree in Madagascar in collaboration with Eden Projects. Over the years more than 90% of the forests and rainforests have been cut down and this poses a direct threat to the overall biodiversity. With our reforestation project, we contribute to the restoration of Madagascar’s ecosystem and create employment opportunities for the local communities.


Why should we plant trees?

Green, greener, greenest

1. Trees provide biodiversity

Forests hold about 80% of the world's biodiversity. A single tree can host hundreds of species of insects, fungi, mosses, mammals and plants.

Trees create an environment in which plants can grow that otherwise would not be there: flowers, fruit, leaves, buds and woody parts of trees are used by many different species.

2. Trees provide oxygen

Through photosynthesis, trees are our planet's hoovers. They absorb harmful pollutants and release clean oxygen for breathing.

A tree has the ability to remove harmful gases like carbon dioxide, making the air we breathe healthier.

3. Trees capture water

Trees consist more than 50% of water and need a steady source to grow and stay healthy. They therefore serve as a natural sponge, collecting rain, filtering it and letting the excess water drain away quietly again. T

hus, a tree reduces the risk of natural disasters such as floods and landslides.

Madagaskar plantingsite Bambook

Welcome to the Bambook planting site!

This is where your tree will be planted

he Bambook planting site is located in northwest Madagascar in the dry, deciduous zone of Madagascar. This zone is one of the most distinctive tropical dry forests in the world. 

Hey, meet the planting team!

They take care of your tree.
Eden Projects

We want to reforest Madagascar

To restore and expand vital ecosystems

Madagascar is home to more than 200,000 unique species of plants and animals. But - deforestation is a major threat to biodiversity. Because - more than 90% of Madagascar's original forests have been destroyed. \

This has made animal species extinct and made it increasingly difficult for local people to live off the land. Because much of it has been felled, these forests are in critical condition.

As a result, local plant and animal species are threatened. Together with Eden Projects, we are planting trees to restore and expand vital animal habitats.

Biodiversity conservation is a top global priority due to the massive loss of many unique species and habitat.

The socio-economic impact

of our plantingsite
With our reforestation project, we create employment and steady income for local people. We actively involve the local community in the reforestation of their community land.

These are the trees we plant

on behalf of your purchase.
  • Adansonia

    Probably you know him as the iconic Baobabs

  • Jack Tree

    The tree which grows jackfruit!

  • Albizia Lebbeck

    It is full of fragrant flowers and pods.

  • Euphorbiaceae

    This tree is a member of the Spurge family

Baobabs tree Bambook

Probably you know him as the iconic Baobabs

Jack tree Bambook
Jack Tree

The tree which grows jackfruit!

Albizia lebbeck tree Bambook
Albizia Lebbeck

It is full of fragrant flowers and pods.

Euphorbiaceae tree Bambook

This tree is a member of the Spurge family

Read more about these wonderful trees

Just planting trees is not enough.

Besides planting trees, together we need to ensure that fewer trees are cut down. The biggest causes of tree felling are the creation of arable land for palm oil and soya cultivation and overexploitation of wood (e.g. for furniture or paper).
Door ons eindeloos herbruikbare schrijfalternatief zorgen we dat er veel minder bomen gekapt hoeven worden. Niet alleen aanplanten, maar ook onnodige bomenkap stoppen.

Ontdek op welke andere vlakken we impact maken.

Elke dag is een nieuwe kans om het beter te doen.

Dit is hoe Bambook impact maakt.

We zorgen voor wat ons lief is en maken keuzes die daarbij passen. Ontdek meer over people, products en planet!

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