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SWNS Media Group is thrilled to partner with Furthr to work towards a sustainable future. Be it in delivering news content on climate change and the environment or taking steps towards Net Zero; we are always working towards enacting positive climate action.

 

Through this partnership, we will calculate our carbon footprint across the entire business, giving us a clearer picture of the emissions generated by different areas of our operations. This is key in helping us develop a carbon reduction plan for the future. In addition, whilst this is generated, SWNS Media Group will become a climate-positive workforce by the end of 2023 by offsetting our company’s emissions on behalf of our team by planting protected trees and providing our employees with educational insights on sustainability at work and at home.

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Total CO2e GHG greenhouse gas reduced frm the atmosphere

741

tCO2e Reduced

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15,327

Protected Trees Planted

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230

Working Days Funded

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12,000+

Green Living Tips Sent

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Company Climate Action

A highlight of the reforestation projects funded for our employees

Mozambique Reforestation

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Multi-Site

Program Type

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900

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Reforestation

Team Size

Impact Type

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Mozambique

Location

Since the 1970s, Mozambique has lost 8 million hectares of forests - that’s the same size as Portugal! In a country that's home to 20 threatened bird species, and over 200 native mammal species, losing 1000 football fields' worth of forests every day is a big problem. On top of this, over 45% of the population live beneath the poverty line and rely heavily on local biodiversity for survival.

 

In partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, our subscribers are planting protected trees across multiple inland and coastal mangrove sites in the south of the country, creating opportunity for employment and restoring habitats for key endangered wildlife.

 

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