[Infographic] What Can 2 Million Trees Do?

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  • EARTH DAY NETWORK ™ A Global Commitment Today, many forests are under threat from climate change, human encroachment, and extraction of natural resources. At UPS, we are committed to doing more for the environment. That’s why we planted more than 1.3 million trees in 2013 and we’re planting 1 million more in 2014 on five continents - from Angeles National Forest in California to the Boreal Forests in Europe, Canada, and China. Conserving our global forests is imperative to maintaining balance in the atmosphere, preserving biodiversity, and protecting a host of other vital ecological processes. WHAT CAN As part of its Global Forestry Initiative, UPS is working with organizations like The Nature Conservancy, Earth Day Network, Arbor Day Foundation, and the National Park Foundation to plant more than 2 Million trees all over the world – protecting water, offsetting carbon emissions, and reducing air pollution. SOURCES: 1 epa.gov | 2 arborday.org | 3 earthday.org *All equivalences presented are estimates and do not represent actual or verified benefits associated with this initiative. © 2014 United Parcel Service of America, Inc. UPS, the UPS brandmark, and the color brown are trademarks of United Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved Learn more at ups.com/sustainability Improve the lives of more than 2,000 farmers and their families by providing sustainable resources that can be utilized for food and work3 Absorb enough CO2 in the first 10 years of life to offset the climate impact of more than 16,000 passenger vehicles for one year1 Absorb 78,000 metric tons of CO2 in the first 10 years of life, helping keep our atmosphere in balance1 Provide $124 billion worth of air pollution control every 50 years2 Supply the oxygen needs of up to 8 million people each day2 Who we’re partnering with: MILLION TREES DO?*
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As part of its Global Forestry Initiative, UPS is working with organizations like The Nature Conservancy, Earth Day Network, Arbor Day Foundation and the National Park Foundation this year to plant another 1 Million trees all over the world. See how we're continuing to do our part to save the world..

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  • EARTH DAY NETWORK ™ A Global Commitment Today, many forests are under threat from climate change, human encroachment, and extraction of natural resources. At UPS, we are committed to doing more for the environment. That’s why we planted more than 1.3 million trees in 2013 and we’re planting 1 million more in 2014 on five continents - from Angeles National Forest in California to the Boreal Forests in Europe, Canada, and China. Conserving our global forests is imperative to maintaining balance in the atmosphere, preserving biodiversity, and protecting a host of other vital ecological processes. WHAT CAN As part of its Global Forestry Initiative, UPS is working with organizations like The Nature Conservancy, Earth Day Network, Arbor Day Foundation, and the National Park Foundation to plant more than 2 Million trees all over the world – protecting water, offsetting carbon emissions, and reducing air pollution. SOURCES: 1 epa.gov | 2 arborday.org | 3 earthday.org *All equivalences presented are estimates and do not represent actual or verified benefits associated with this initiative. © 2014 United Parcel Service of America, Inc. UPS, the UPS brandmark, and the color brown are trademarks of United Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved Learn more at ups.com/sustainability Improve the lives of more than 2,000 farmers and their families by providing sustainable resources that can be utilized for food and work3 Absorb enough CO2 in the first 10 years of life to offset the climate impact of more than 16,000 passenger vehicles for one year1 Absorb 78,000 metric tons of CO2 in the first 10 years of life, helping keep our atmosphere in balance1 Provide $124 billion worth of air pollution control every 50 years2 Supply the oxygen needs of up to 8 million people each day2 Who we’re partnering with: MILLION TREES DO?*
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