Gemini Press has revealed that it has signed up to the Woodland Trust’s Tree for All campaign.
The campaign is aiming to get 12 million trees planted in the UK by children over the next half a decade.
Nearly 3.5 million trees have been planted already thanks to the Woodland Trust project, meaning that it still has someway to go to reach its target.
However, Gemini Press has said that it will back the scheme by donating five per cent of every new order it receives over the next 12 months in order to finance thousands more trees.
Nigel Homes, director of the printing firm, said: "We have linked up with the Woodland Trust because it is such a worthy cause and enables us to replace trees that are used in the printing process and protect and enhance the countryside."
The United Nations Environment Programme is undertaking a similar tree planting scheme, although its efforts are a little more daunting.
It is planning to get one billion trees planted by 2008 in an effort to off-set the impact of carbon emissions and consumerism.
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