School of the Wild

School of the Wild

Our very existence is interdependent with all beings, being climate positive is part of that.

Business #2382

22

months

of climate impact

49.29t

of carbon reduction

1,647

trees in their forest

School of the Wild

1,647 trees funded

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Climate projects School of the Wild has supported

Their funding directly supports climate projects all over the world

School of the Wild's impact visualised

49.29 tonnes of CO2e is equivalent to one of the following

  • 38

    long haul flights

  • 148

    metres2 of sea ice saved

  • 122,288

    miles driven in a car

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