ITB Berlin News partners with Click A Tree to make the world a greener place
The partnership will see 1,000 trees planted and 1,000kg of plastic waste collected from the ocean
ITB Berlin’s official show daily has teamed up with Click A Tree as part of its plans to become carbon neutral by 2024, a key pillar in its Change.25 strategic plan. Click A Tree, which was founded by award-winning speaker, lecturer and entrepreneur Chris Kaiser, has confirmed it will plant 1,000 trees, bringing to life the “ITB Berlin News Forest”, and remove 1,000kg of plastic waste from the Oceans on behalf of the show daily. Zineb Elhabiri, who is heading up the magazine’s environmentally friendly operation said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Chis whose organisation Click A Tree has developed a holistically sustainable approach which contributes to all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”
Click A Tree is already working with a wide range of companies across several industries including the tourism and travel sector. Its B’n’Tree solution gives travellers the opportunity to offset their carbon footprint, while helping to create jobs for local communities and preserving natural habitats for exotic wildlife species. The concept is simple. Whenever someone books a bed through one of Click A TRee’s partner links, a tree is planted. Rather than adding the extra cost to the booking fee, the tree is paid for by the marketing budget of the travel platform. Click A Tree has partnered with a wide range of leading travel companies, including Booking, HRS, Skyscanner, and many more.