Treebal

Our mission

Heal the planet by promoting the development of a more responsible and sustainable world.

Burnt trees and forest

Our planet is sick

Human activity continues to destroy the fragile balance of our planet. Transport, energy production, industry, our habitat, our food, new technologies and the digital explosion have a huge impact on the environment. These last decades have been marked by an acceleration of climatic disturbances.

If we don’t reduce our greenhouse gas emissions over the next few years, the global average temperature could increase by nearly 5 ° C by 2100. 5 years after the signing of the Paris Agreement, the conclusion is clear. It is time for each of us to make a commitment, that this planet, our planet, provides our children and grandchildren with the least degraded living environment possible.
We don't have time to wait any longer.

Concrete actions for a more responsible and sustainable world

A kneeling man plants a tree

« At least plant a tree. »

This quote from Wangari Maathai, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Kenya’s emblematic environment minister for her fight against deforestation, was a source of strong inspiration for Treebal.

20% to 25% of greenhouse gas emissions due to human activities come from deforestation. 13 million hectares of forests are disappearing every year, threatening not only biodiversity but also the safety and health of many populations.

Treebal's ambition is to contribute, to change the world by raising awareness of the climate emergency and by participating in the protection of the environment thanks to the funding of reforestation projects. Eco-designed and respectful of its users' data, Treebal represents an eco-responsible and ethical alternative to digital communication media.

Our mission

Caring for the planet by promoting the development of a more responsible and sustainable world, in environmental, social and human terms. Contribute to ensuring respect for the environment and for people in order to offer future generations a better world.