No one can save nature alone, but together we can make a huge difference.
At dbramante1928, we believe it's time to take responsibility.
Wildlife has halved in less than a generation. Natural habitats are being put under increasing pressure. And climate change is leading us into uncharted territory.
The nature of the world is under severe pressure, and it will only get worse if we do not start saying no and taking responsibility.
We can reduce the CO2 of the atmosphere in two ways: we can emit less CO2 and we can remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it.
By using trees we can do both at once. That is why trees - in forests - plays a key role in the fight against climate change.
That's why we plant trees and you can join.
For all our futures nature must be at the heart of all our decision-making and as sustainability is better than spending for every dbramante1928 product you purchase on our website from Nov 23rd – 30th we will plant a tree which over its lifetime will take away in excess of 1 tonne of CO2.
One mature tree can absorb up to 48lbs per year so it will take up to 40 years before it will ‘remove’ 1 tonne of CO2.
However, there are also other benefits healthy trees hold the soil together, provide a home for wildlife, regulate temperatures, slow the flow of water through landscapes, grow vital foods and medicines, and more.
In continuation of our fight for climate, biodiversity and our planet, we have chosen that this year's Black Friday should be different. Our prices remain the same as they are all year round.
We started the journey in March, when we opened our CO2-neutral factory, which ensures a CO2-neutral production of all our leather products.
From Monday 23 November, our Green Week starts, where we plant a tree for each product purchased on the webshop, and thus we stand together to restore nature.
Trees bind CO2 from the atmosphere as part of photosynthesis. The carbon is found in the leaves, branches, trunk and roots of the tree in the form of cellulose and other organic compounds. Kilde: THOMAS NORD-LARSEN, SENIORFORSKER, KU
The loss of biodiversity does not just mean that we lose the fascinating species. 20 percent of all the species WWF has studied are endangered, and 70 percent of the earth's ecosystems are partially destroyed. Kilde: WWF