ecomodish.com :: plant a tree campaign

Please help us reach our initial goal of planting 1,000 trees in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil this year. You can work your way towards planting trees by becoming active on ecomodish.com and earning ecoPoints. For every 100 ecoPoints you earn, Ecomodish will plant one tree through the The Nature Conservancy's Plant a Billion Trees program.

Plant a Tree Campaign: 100 ecopoints equals 1 tree planted
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how to earn ecoPoints

100 ecopoints

Join Ecomodish

Create an account on ecomodish.com and earn 100 ecoPoints. That means you will plant your first tree just by joining! join ecomodish


20 ecopoints

Refer a Friend

Invite your friends, family and co-workers; and for every person you invite who creates an account on ecomodish, you will earn 20 ecoPoints. invite your friends


10 ecopoints

Write a Review

Help spread the word about your favorite green companies and products by writing reviews and earn 10 ecoPoints for each one. write a review



plant a billion trees program

The Nature Conservancy, which has been working in the Atlantic Forest since 1991 with a wide range of partners, has an ambitious plan to protect and restore 30 million acres of this magnificent forest by 2015. In 2008, the Conservancy also launched an ambitious campaign to restore one billion native trees to the Atlantic Forest, bringing it back from the brink of destruction.

The Atlantic Forest in Brazil is considered one of the world's most endangered tropical forests -- only 7% of its original area remains. Tropical forests like this one play a particularly special role in the fight to end global climate change. And this reforestation effort to Plant a Billion Trees in The Atlantic Forest will remove 10 million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere every year -- that's like taking 2 million cars off the road. The trees will be planted by The Nature Conservancy staff and partners working in The Atlantic Forest of Brazil.

Information provided by The Nature Conservancy, a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization; and Plantabillion.org, a program of The Nature Conservancy.

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