Endura’s tree planting project passes two-million mark in Africa, plants new forest in Scotland

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Claiming to be still ahead of target, Endura has just reported new numbers of its One Million Trees project. By now, there were two million trees planted in a degraded mangrove forest in Mozambique, which is providing employment for the local community and helps offset the company’s carbon footprint. Additionally, ...

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