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Protecting the world's trees with puzzles

 

Why are we doing this? 

There’s too much carbon in the air

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our time. We know carbon-neutral deliveries can't stop it, but by empowering a community of thoughtful puzzlers with an option to shop responsibly, we can all do our part.

 

Why trees?

Trees absorb carbon emissions

The more carbon dioxide we have in our atmosphere, the higher the earth’s temperature becomes. Every day, trees absorb carbon dioxide from the air, but the trouble is, our fragile forests can't keep up with our growing emissions. By protecting trees from logging, pests, and forest fires, we can offset the carbon emissions produced by each order.

We work with 
Pachama, experts in using carbon offsets to prevent deforestation around the world, and we always round up.

 

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