Business Partnerships

Plant Trees

If your organisation wants a positive environmental impact by funding tree planting, restoring landscapes, and supporting healthy communities and Country, you’re in the right place! We can work with you to integrate native tree planting and land restoration into your business model, plant a tree for a new client, plant a tree for a new member of staff, or plant a tree for a product sold.


Get involved in some of the most important restoration projects in Australia, capture carbon, support biodiversity and create more native habitats.


Please feel free to reach out to Catherine and Lauren to discuss how your business can get involved in planting projects around Australia 08 9200 2983.

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Plant Trees

Our organisation wants to plant trees as a sustainable gift to our customers and staff with certificates and tree counts.


Become a Business Partner

Our organisation wants to plant trees for every new customer or product sold with campaign assets to support our initiative.


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Join a Community Planting

Our organisation wants to support local community planting and our staff want to get involved in volunteering.


Other Programs


All funds go towards supporting our charitable objectives which are planting native trees and providing educational resources. We also have fundraising and administration costs which a portion of your donation supports. To view our financial reports please go here. If you contribute via plant a tree or carbon offsets your funds will be allocated to planting pools from all of our planting sites.

It really depends. Generally, carbon uptake is measured on a per-hectare basis, rather than a per-tree basis. The amount of carbon sequestered per hectare depends on tree growth, which depends on the species and the planting density. In high rainfall zones with good quality soil, it may take 3-5 trees over 25 years to remove 1 tonne of carbon dioxide. In lower rainfall zones with poorer soil, it could take as many as 15 trees.

We plant on cleared and degraded land across Australia, with a particular focus on the Western Australian wheatbelt. We mostly work on rural land where large areas have been cleared for agriculture. In 2021 we have expanded our portfolio of projects to develop community and urban projects throughout Australia. These will focus on activating community tree planting and climate mitigation. You can find out more about our current and past projects here.

Sometimes. Many of our projects are located in remote areas without facilities to cater for volunteer groups. Our carbon projects must adhere to strict planting methodologies so we tend to use professional planting contractors.

As we undertake more community planting projects we may have more opportunities for self-funded volunteer groups. Please contact us if you are interested.

Business contributions can be more complicated. It depends on the nature of the gift/contribution. The ATO has information on their website or please contact us.

We follow the methodologies set out by the Australian Governments Emission Reduction Fund, using the Full Carbon Accounting Model (FullCAM) to measure the amount of CO2e captured.  Due to the high cost and administration requirements, these projects are not externally audited. This enables us to take on new projects and plant more trees. We supply in-depth planting and monitoring reports and photography to provide transparency around on-ground activities. 

Our carbon offsets/credits are not verified or accredited offsets as they have not been validated and verified by an accredited third party. Unverified offsets are issued by the carbon project developer using relevant methodologies but are not independently verified.

Our Partners

Read more about our partners and how they are working towards a climate positive future.

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Phronesis Security

“By supporting CPA’s tree planting programs we can not only help turn the tide on carbon emissions but also support a host of downstream benefits such as increasing biodiversity, protecting rare species, improving the water table and quality, and protecting our soil from erosion and salinity.”

Elliot Dellys, Chief Realist

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Shire of Harvey

“The Shire values the importance of not only protecting the natural environment, but also the people that live in it. This is reflected in the multitude of community development events, planting days, and educational workshops that are run throughout the year.”

Harry Henson, Waste and Sustainability Officer

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“The environment is really not negotiable – it would be difficult to stand by Squad’s mission of “pursuing great results for our talent, businesses and the community by making an impact in others’ lives” – if we weren’t caring for the environment in some way.” 

Kellie Howard, CEO

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Howard Park Wines

I’ve been in and around the wine industry since I was a child, and it’s hard not to be passionate about restoring or giving back to the environment when you are surrounded by it and it is quite literally on your doorstep.

Natalie Burch, 2nd generation vigneron and current General Manager / Marketing Director

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“We partnered with Carbon Positive Australia on an activation: the Carbon Challenge – to celebrate the launch of their carbon calculator. The challenge offered education and tools to empower lifestyle changes to reduce carbon emissions. Our team all got involved and we ran an amazing giveaway. Our audience responded really well. We are motivated by improving and reducing our impact as a business, as individuals and hopefully inspiring our audience and following to do the same!”

Katie Munro, General Manager

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Trade for Good

“We are promoting the great work Carbon Positive Australia does for the broader finance industry with the hope that people will worry less about themselves and more about doing some good with their share trading like restoring land and planting trees.”

– Alistair Warren, CEO Trade for Good

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Mankind Digital

“Through the work that we do for our clients, we promote sustainability in tourism by using strategies to raise awareness about this important topic. This then encourages travellers to choose operators, destinations and experiences that are ethical and environmentally friendly, whilst giving back to local communities and the local economy.”

Keeley Warren, Founder

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Greenstone Drinks (SIMPLE Drinks)

“We wanted to make sure that any greenhouse gases caused by our products are neutralised, leaving things as they were. We’re a small family-owned company, and we don’t have the time and money to calculate every litre of fuel, water, and kW of electricity in the growing, juicing, bottling, warehousing, and delivery of our products.”

Joe Gehrke & Daphne Raj, Founders

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Sample Coffee Co.

“Since January 2020, we added a 20 cent ‘levy’ on all our retail bean bag sales. This means that with every bag we sell, we’re putting funds into a cause that takes immediate action in building or re-building forests. At the end of the FY, we donate the sum, and CPoz can use it to plant trees. We started after the big fires. We always had donated money to certain causes, but this system allowed us to donate on an ongoing basis and always in parallel with our sales volume — so more sales, more support, which is cool.”

Ainhoa Martinez

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Mawson Infrastructure

“We have partnered with Carbon Positive Australia to plant 3989 trees in WA in 2021 and look forward to expanding our relationship over time. Carbon Positive Australia are doing fantastic work in the Eurardy region, aiming to plant 1 million trees, and we want to be a part of this native tree planting project. Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.”

Nick Hughes

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Next Level Personnel

“The reality is, we all need to start making significant changes to the way we live and start the process of reversing the damage we’re doing to our planet.  I want to do everything I can now to ensure my kids, and their kids have a clean and healthy planet Earth to enjoy. I strongly believe that most of us have the same vision, it’s knowing where to begin.”

Nick, Managing Director

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Yogi Peace Club

“We love to support Carbon Positive Australia as they are an Australian-based charity restoring Australian land with Australian plants. The Carbon Calculator makes it so much easier for us to track our footprint and to see where our donations are going.”

Emma, Owner

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ELO Digital Office

“A key component selecting Carbon Positive Australia was Catherine Patterson! While we had discussions with many other organisations, Catherine has been – by far – the most responsive. Whenever we had a question, we received an answer.”

Rainer Krause, Managing Director

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The Natural Bedding Company

“We are sending a message that greener businesses can be very valuable economically, and in doing so, we hope we can contribute to a wider shift in attitudes towards sustainability at this crucial time.”

Shani McCaig

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“Garnier has already made major steps towards achieving the goal of becoming a more natural and sustainable brand. This includes it’s Buy One, Plant One initiative, which the brand launched in partnership with Carbon Positive Australia in support of International Year of Plant Health (IYPH).”

Jane Hanger, Marketing Director

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Wainwright Facades

“When I saw that Carbon Positive Australia had planted 5.5 million trees since 2001, it really had an impact on me! I wanted to work with Carbon Positive and hopefully in years to come be part of an even bigger statistic. We donate 100 trees per month and, in many cases, our clients match this. Over 2020 we have supported the planting of 2617 trees. The staff have also got behind this program and are making a monthly donation through workplace giving.”

Joseph Wainwright, Owner

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“We looked both far and near to find an organisation with who we were comfortable to work and whose values align with ours. It was also important for us to be affiliated with a company that does all its work here in Australia. We wanted to know what was going to happen with our contribution toward planting trees and to see how well they will be nurtured until they have taken literally taken roots. It was not about looking for the cheapest way of planting trees, but for the most value-added to our Australian environment.”

Barb De Cort, CEO

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Byzantine Design

“We have also decided to make a donation to landscape restoration through Carbon Positive Australia alongside our freight Partner Customised Group who have agreed to match our donation, for every pallet shipped we will be making a donation to their native Australian planting projects.”

Dara Shashoua, Owner

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PaperCut Software

“Supporting Carbon Positive Australia provides the chance for us to take our paper-saving one step further into direct action which creates a sustainable future. It’s something real and palpable (rather than pulpable) that we know is having an impact.”

Chris Dance, CEO & Co-Founder

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Homes with Integrity

“We have decided to support Carbon Positive Australia and our planet by planting 150 trees for each home we build. Working out the amount of carbon that we produce with each build is hard to accurately estimate and offset, however planting trees is one of the best ways to do so. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and provide habitat for a great deal of Australian wildlife. Trees are crucial in keeping us alive, as they turn CO2 into oxygen, effectively cleaning our air.”

Viola Chick

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“Smartgroup customers who choose to offset the carbon emissions of their novated leased vehicles are now contributing to planting native trees at Eurardy Reserve, which is located on one of only 34 biodiversity hotspots recognised globally. On average, offsetting the carbon emissions of a small car will equate to 27 trees being planted, for a medium-sized car, it’s 32 trees and for a larger car, 36 trees will be planted. Annually the new partnership will aim to see over a quarter of a million trees planted at Eurardy.”

Help us work on the Earth’s to-do list!

Our business partners make it possible for us to plant more trees, sequester more carbon and have greater social and economic impacts than we could achieve alone.

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