Eminence Organics Skin Care announced that it has planted 20 million trees as part of its Forests for the Future initiative which plants a tree for every retail product sold. The initiative, through a partnership with Trees for the Future for the initiative and has restored more than 20,000 acres of land and sequestered approximately 1,831,759 tons of CO2, according to the brand.
Through the Forests for the Future initiative, Eminence Organic Skin Care is providing communities in developing countries with the knowledge and resources they need to grow a sustainable source of food and income. Trees for the Future staff have trained more than 4,600 farmers to revitalize their degraded landscapes by planting thousands of trees that protect and bring nutrients back to the soil.
Learn more about Eminence Organic Skin Care's Forests for the Future Initiative at eminenceorganics.com/forests-future.
Brandy Lellou, director of programs, Trees for the Future, said, "Eminence Organic Skin Care's support of Trees for the Future means more trees are getting planted and more lives are changing faster than ever before. We congratulate Eminence on the incredible milestone of 20 million trees. Thanks to our partnership, we know a lasting impact is being made for our planet and communities in need."