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Tentree is a Canadian brand with a very special goal: Planting 1 billion trees until 2030. For every product that is sold, Tentree, as the name already suggests, plants ten trees. That way, not only do you get an awesome shirt, but you also have a positive impact on the environment.  

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Why is Tentree a WIR DENKEN UM brand?

In the project to plant one billion trees by 2030, every tree counts: Currently totaling 61,614,184 and growing every day. As a WIR DENKEN UM brand, Tentree stands out in the following ways:

- The company is committed to accountability throughout the supply chain
- It prides itself on environmentally friendly, resource-saving production
- Tentree partners with nonprofit organizations around the world to plant trees and rehabilitate natural ecosystems

Tentree: Designed in Canada, ethically manufactured around the world

Clothing designed for a healthy, sustainable world. Made of hemp, cork and organic cotton - with Tentree planting ten trees for every purchase. Tentree has set itself an enormous task: to become the most environmentally friendly brand in the world. With each purchased item, Tentree provides a TreeCode that can be used to register the planting of trees on the company’s website. This makes it possible to also transparently track what number of trees has already been planted in which countries, such as Madagascar, Indonesia, Senegal, Nepal, Canada and Peru. Another goodie: You can compensate your own lifestyle directly through Tentree. "As environmentalists, our mission is to guide you on your journey and support you in your efforts to protect the environment. Ride your bike to work or bring your own tote bags to the grocery store. All these little things add up. Especially when millions of other people start doing the same thing."