Reforestation Projects


For every Circular Computing™
computer sold, five trees are planted.

Over the course of the lifetime of a tree, sufficient CO₂ will be sequestered to compensate for the emissions associated with the remanufacture of the computer at least three times over, helping to mitigate climate change.

The forests that Circular Computing™ are restoring will also alleviate poverty through income diversity for the poorest communities and restore soils, water and biodiversity.

One Tree Planted

OneTreePlanted’s mission is to reforest the planet, one tree at a time. This organization allows individuals to simply plant one tree, in order to create accessibility and motivate people to do something positive for the planet.

Through their network of on-the-ground reforestation partners, they fund tree planting in North America, South America, Asia and Africa.

Through OneTreePlanted, Circular Computing™ are contributing to the
Moonlight Fire Restoration Project - a project which is planting 1 million trees over 4 years.

Circular Computing support One Tree Planted


WeForest is a remarkable organisation which shares our vision for engaging the world’s largest organisations in social and environmental sustainability initiatives.

Through the organization’s numerous reforestation projects, it is transforming global landscapes with the aim of combatting climate change, supporting local people and preserving the planet.

As with everything we do, our partnership with WeForest is as much about
people as the planet. Reforestation projects create businesses in themselves, generating sustainable employment, infrastructure and income security within local and otherwise vulnerable communities.

Circular Computing™ customers have access to near-real-time feeds where staff can keep up to date with the reforestation projects their laptops are supporting in India’s Khasi Hills and Zambia’s Luanshya, with the aim to support communities in regeneration of the forest.

Circular Computing support WeForest

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.

The next best time is now.

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