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Grow trees presentation corporates v5

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  2. 2. About• We are a web-enabled social business that offers the service of planting trees on government and community lands at INR 50 a tree.• Users can: I. Greet for birthdays, anniversaries, festivals and special occasions II. Offset carbon emissions from daily activities• Custom e-certificates are sent out to the person to whom the tree has been dedicated to for no additional fee I. Multiple e-certificates can be sent out at once II. Automatic delivery throughout the year• We physically plant trees through our planting partnersTrees provide food, shade and shelter to humans and wildlife 1
  3. 3. Planting Process Trees are planted Trees are only Saplings are in to benefit rural planted on nurseries for communities, government or several months wildlife, forests, community land before planting or holy environs Communities Only indigenous Stone walls are plant the trees trees are planted erected if themselves and and biodiversity necessary to are paid for their is maintained. protect planting labour Communities Pictures of benefit from fruit, Independent planting put on fodder and non- auditors visit site social media and timber forest to verify planting our website produce Trees filter our air and keep it fresh by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing 2
  4. 4. Our Projects This is a 50,000 mangrove project to restore the mangroves of the holy temple towns of Dwarka and Harshad in Gujarat. This project involves planting50,000 trees in the periphery of Kumbhalgarh Sactuary in Rajasthan Trees improve water quality by slowing and filtering rain water and they protect aquifers and 3
  5. 5. Our Projects This is a 20,000 tree project on the common land of villages near the town of Madanapalle in Andhra Pradesh to gives poor rural communities fruit, fodder and forest produce. This projectinvolves planting 20,000 trees in Chintamani, Karnataka With a life of over 40 years, a tree provides benefits to current and future generations of living creatures and beautifies surroundings 4
  6. 6. Our Projects Kanha National This project Park is one of the India’s finest tiger involves planting reserves. Kanha 50,000 trees in also shelters one of the largest the periphery populations of Kanha National tigers in the country (131 tigers as on Park in Madhya June 2006). Some Pradesh of the other larger animal species The Sanctuary covers an area of found in the park 530.01 sq. km The sanctuary has This project about 38 mammals (including 11 are sloth bears (111 as of 2000), involves tigers, 19 leopards and 155 leopards (80 as in elephants), 126 birds, 28 reptiles, 4 2000), wild dogs planting amphibians (including the (396 as in 2000), 30,000 trees in endangered Gharial) and 183 striped hyena, species of fish. About 400 species spotted dear, wild the periphery of plants have been recorded in the boars, jungle cats, of Satkosia Sanctuary out of which 126 are jackals and a trees, 98 shrubs, 125 herbs and 51 variety of monkeys. Gorge Wildlife climbers. The Sanctuary has 35 villages in the core area, 80 villages Sanctuary in in the buffer zone and 105 villages Orissa in the periphery.Trees are carbon sinks, accumulating carbon as they grow 5
  7. 7. Our ProjectsThis was a 19,000 tree project in thePanchmahal district of Gujarat This project successfully planted 29,990 trees over an area of 100 hectares. This project positively impacts the lives of 3500 villagers in the villages of Tegra, Karech, Thadi Beri and Dhimdi in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan Trees offer protection from the downward fall of rain, sleet and hail as well as reduce storm run-off and the possibility of flooding 6
  8. 8. Benefits of our Projects The fruit, non-timber forest produce and fodder from our projects are used by rural communities in the area, a vast majority of whom live below the poverty line, and really helps them augment their income and conserve their disposable income. In our project in the Panchmahal district of Gujarat, 40% of the communities’ disposable income is spent procuring cooking fuel which can be substituted with fallen twigs and branches. Several of our projects are in tiger reserves and wildlife sanctuaries, which restore degraded areas in the periphery of the sanctuaries and help prevent man-animal conflict. The trees planted are all indigenous and include species like Custard Apple, Amla, Khair, Neem and Our project in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan Black Siris to maintain the biodiversity of the area.Neem has anti-bacterial properties that help in fighting against skin infections such as acne,psoriasis, scabies, eczema, etc. 7
  9. 9. Benefits to Organizations Customer Rewards Plant trees to reward loyal or premium Employee Engagement customers Project a positive corporate image to the employees through voluntary payroll Offset Carbon Emissions contribution schemes Plant trees to offset carbon emissions from business activities and build an Cost Control environmentally responsible corporate image Plant a tree for every customers who switches to electronic statements Corporate Social Responsibility Convey in corporate communications your Green Festive Greetings company’s sense of social responsibility. Celebrate this Christmas or Diwali by Several surveys show that customers prefer planting trees and sending e-certificates green companies Honour Employees Run a Green Drive at No Cost Plant a tree to celebrate every employee’s Allow your customers to plant trees. Promote birthday or honour new recruits or retiring the planting of trees through brochures, employees. Plant trees to recognize posters or pamphlets anniversaries or target achievement Innovative Marketing Honour Stakeholders Plant trees for every new customer and Plant trees to honor dealers, distributors or successfully differentiate from your suppliers competitorsTree planting creates low-skilled jobs 8
  10. 10. Process Flow Send us the name, email id and message for each recipient and we will issue co-branded e-certificates on your behalf. No minimum number of trees that need to be planted. Lifetime Corporate account with complete gifting history. Your company and logo will be permanently displayed on our corporate supporters page and will also be posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Clean energy solutions like solar lanterns or windmills first increase carbon emissions and then contribute to a solution; each tree absorbs about 20 Kg of carbon dioxide per year and contributes to the solution immediately 9
  11. 11. Corporate Collaboration Options Need: Demonstrate green credentials and save costs Franklin Templeton, Kotak Credit Cards, HSBC Global Asset Management plant trees for customers who waive printed statements Need: Introduce ‘Green’ products Complemented Goodyear’s launch of eco-friendly tires and Mahindra Reva’s electric vehicle drive in Europe Need: Recognize high-performing customers and new client acquisitions Kansai Nerolac, Abbot, The Nature’s Co, Chamomile, Western Consolidated and Cedar Need: Celebrate employee birthdays or anniversaries or honour new recruits SBI Life, Rallis India, Blackstone, Aricent, Luthra & Luthra, Tata Teleservices and Panasonic Need: Green greeting on festivals Patni Computers, Times Now Need: Offset carbon emissions JM Financial Need: Run a green drive allowing your customers to plant trees Oxford bookstore, Elbo Room and Mocha Coffee Chain Need: Honour dealers, suppliers or distributers Kansai NerolacDeforestation is contributing almost 20% to the overall greenhouse gas emissions in theatmosphere, more than the world’s vehicles and aircrafts combined. 10
  12. 12. Key ClienteleThe world’s rain forests could completely vanish in a hundred years at the current rate ofdeforestation. 11
  13. 13. Key ClienteleSeveral surveys have shown that customers prefer green 12
  14. 14. Media Coverage Name Date Business India 16th Oct 2011 Hindustan Times 9th June 2011 Terra Green Magazine 11th May 2011 Business Line 8th May 2011 CNN - IBN 8th May 2011 Sunday Guardian 3rd May 2011 Times of India 4th Mar 2011 Times Out Magazine 10th Oct 2010 Yahoo India 20th Aug 2010 E-commodity World 5th July 2010 Gujarati Mid-Day 3rd July 2010 Hindustan Times 3rd June 2010“Trees are the earths endless effort to speak to the listening heaven.” - Rabindranath Tagore 13
  15. 15. Contact us Pangea EcoNet Assets Pvt. Ltd. 3, Scheherazade, Justice Vyas Road, Colaba, Mumbai 400 005 Tel: +91- 22- 22881301 / 22881302/ 22842941 Email: Karan Shah (Co- +919820510387 founder) Aditya Kapadia +919820253220 Mohit Mukhi +919819204407 Sandhya Lal +919987905996 Pelton Sequeira 14