In addition to Grace’s vehicle fleet carbon offset initiative with Greenfleet, we are pleased to announce an exciting new commitment to fund the planting and ongoing maintenance of a native tree for every international import container consigned to Grace in 2021.
These trees will assist in providing much needed habitat for the recovering Koala population displaced during the recent devastating bushfires. The reforestation land identified for this initiative is located on a site called Dangerbridge situated north of Noosa in South East Queensland. The site is surrounded by the Cooloola National Park and the remnants of a Sub-tropical Lowland Rainforest, which is listed on the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act.
By partnering with Greenfleet, we are confident that our climate action provides genuine and lasting environmental benefits,” said Grace Managing Director, Steven Brown.
“We are proud of the impact we’re making. By partnering with Greenfleet, we are taking practical action against climate change and helping to restore Australia’s forests, recreate crucial habitat for native wildlife and transform degraded land back to its natural state,” said Grace Managing Director, Steven Brown.
We look forward to publishing photos and footage of the Dangerbridge koala habitat reforestation project as the project unfolds throughout 2021 and beyond.