Mother's Day SKU: TDP1001-TREE-032
$94.00 CAD
-31.8 tons of CO2 156 trees

Mother's Day

SKU: TDP1001-TREE-032
- 9400
-31.8 tons of CO2 156 trees

Thank mom for bringing you into this beautiful Earth. This climate+ package allows you to offset her entire year. Thanks mom!.

What does climate+ mean?
How can we do better?
The impact of trees
Why trees?
What does offsetting mean to tentree?
Where do we plant your trees?
The math

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Climate+ is the action of going beyond net zero. It means doing more than just offsetting your carbon footprint - by creating an environmental benefit by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

We know that one of the most sustainable and cost-effective ways to accomplish this is by planting trees. Climate+ is a community of tree planters, rehabilitating our Earth, and having fun while we’re at it.

How can we do better?

There’s no such thing as a perfect environmentalist, don’t be discouraged by your ability to make meaningful changes. Big change can start as as small as:

  • Turning your thermostat down by 2 degrees.
  • Wearing clothes more than once before washing them.
  • Bike, walk or ride the bus to work!
  • Switch over to LED bulbs and smart appliances.
  • Try buying local, seasonal fruits and vegetables.
  • Use waxed cloth instead of plastic wrap for food.
  • Remember your reusable bags, mugs and cutlery for all outings.
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The impact of trees

Did you know that trees combat climate change? We have tonnes (literally) of excess carbon dioxide in our air. Trees do something called ‘sequestering carbon’, it’s their way of cleaning our air, and eliminating harmful elements from the earth. They do that by absorbing the C02, and storing the carbon. Not only do trees sequester carbon, they also produce oxygen. Next time you’re outside, take a nice deep breath of fresh air, and thank the nearest tree.

As we work to fight global warming, we can also thank the trees for cooling our earth. They provide shade, and their leaves release water vapor, cooling the planet even more. Just ten trees can offset the impact of a weekend road trip, a lifetime of iphones or even your drunken 2am hamburger habit.

Why trees

Tree planting has a meaningful impact that reaches far beyond carbon sequestration. They provide homes for wildlife, and in areas like Madagascar, the crab and fish populations provide additional food sources and income for the locals. In addition to the environmental benefits, we employ people from local communities. This extends our impact far beyond environmentalism. These are the building blocks of a long lasting and sustainable restoration project.

We recognize that there are lots of ways to offset carbon, but are confident that our tree planting initiatives provide the most meaningful, holistic and verified impact on our Earth.

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What does offsetting mean to tentree?

To tentree, neutrality isn’t change, so ‘offsetting’ means going beyond neutral and doing something positive for our planet. We don’t agree with the idea that simply doing no harm will equate to change, we’re here on this beautiful earth, ready to do some good.

We want to make offsetting easy, understandable, accessible, fun, and impactful. Our climate+ packages aim to do just that.

Where do we plant your trees?

Our Earth Day Climate+ packages will allow us to work with our partners to plant many species of trees including mangroves in the coastal regions of Madagascar and Indonesia. Mangrove trees are one of the most efficient carbon sequestering trees in the world and planting them provides much more than a carbon impact for our planet. We are incredibly grateful for our planting partners, like Eden Reforestation Projects who are on the ground making things happen.

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The Math

This climate + package assumes over one year your mom emits 31.8 metric tons of CO2. As a token of appreciation to them you are going to offset their entire year.

Driving 3.815 MT C02
Food 2.5 MT of CO2
Energy 7.5 MT of CO2
Phones 5.6 MT CO2
Shopping 6.21MT CO2
Flights 3.3097 MT CO2
Hotels 1.085 MT CO2
Netflix 1.752 MT CO2
Total 31.7717 MT CO2


The average Canadian drives 15,200km per year.

The average car uses about 404 grams of CO2 per mile. To translate from miles to kilometres, we divide miles by 1.609, and simultaneously divide grams by 1.609. This means the average car uses about 251 grams of C02 per mile.

(divide by 1.609) 1: 404grams (divide by 1.609)

0.6214: 251grams

Then we multiply 251 grams of C02 per kilometer by 15,200 kilometres to see how many grams of CO2 are used per year.

251 grams of C02 / kilometer x 15,200 km = 3,815,200 grams of C02 per year

In order to change grams to metric tons, we multiply grams by 0.0000001. Once we do this we get 3.185 metric tons of C02 per year.

3,815,200 grams C02 per year = 3.815 MT C02 per year


The average person, with a diet including meat, dairy, fruits and vegetables and cereals emits 2.5 MT of CO2 per year.


The average household emits 7.5 MT of CO2 per year including laundry, showers, heating and cooling and appliances.


If a person uses their phone for one hour per day over a year they would emit 1.4 tons of CO2.

The average person spends 3-5 hours per day on their phone. Which means over a year the average individual would emit 5.6 tons of CO2 for phone usage.

1.4 tons CO2 x 4 hours = 5.6 MT CO2


Let’s assume the average person shops for clothing about once per month.

We know the average plane emits 115grams of carbon per kilometer, let’s assume the clothing came from 4500km away.

115 grams CO2 per km x 4500km x 12 months = 6,210,000 grams of CO2

In order to change grams of CO2 to metric tons of CO2 we use the conversion factor 0.0000001

6,210,000 grams CO2 x 0.000001 = 6.21MT CO2


Let’s assume this person has two weekend getaways per year, and one larger trip.


Planes emit 115g CO2 per kilometer. We use the conversion factor 0.000001 to get from grams to metric tons and we get 0.000115 MT of CO2 per kilometer of air travel.

115grams x 0.000001 = 0.000115 MT Carbon

Let’s assume that over the year this person flies from Vancouver to Toronto twice per year, which is 6,710km round trip and 13,420 for two trips. This person also flies to Europe once per year, this year they go to Denmark which is 7,680km one way, and 15,360km both ways. In total, this couple is flying 28,780km per year.

13,420km + 15,340km = 28,780 km

In order to get the total emissions, we multiply 0.000115 by 28,780 km and get 3.3097MT CO2.

0.000115 MT x 28,780 = 3.3097 MT CO2


Hotels emit about 31kg of CO2 per room per night. Assuming this individual stays at hotels 35 nights per year during their vacations, and each night emits 31kg CO2, they will emit a total of 930kg of CO2 from hotels.

35 x 31kg = 1,085kg CO2

In order to change this number from kilograms of CO2 to metric tons of CO2 we use the conversion factor 0.001.

1,085kg CO2 x 0.001 = 1.085 MT CO2


Every half hour of Netflix watched emits 1.6kg of CO2. Since the average person watches 1.5 hours of Netflix per day, we multiply emissions per hour, by hours per day to get total emissions per day.

1.5 hours per day is equal to 3,30 minute segments.

1.6kg CO2/ half hour x 3 half hours = 4.8kg CO2 per day

To find the annual total we multiply emissions per day by 365 days in the year, this calculation gives us 1,752 kg CO2 over one year.

4.8kg of CO2 x 365 days = 1,752 kg CO2

In order to change kilograms into metric tons, we use the conversion factor of 0.001 tons for every kilogram. When we multiply 1,752 g by the conversion factor, we get 1.752 MT of CO2 emissions per year.

1,752kg CO2 x 0.001 = 1.752 MT CO2 per year


In total over one year the average person would emit 31.7717 MT CO2

3.815 MT + 2.5 MT + 7.5 MT + 5.6 MT + 6.21 MT + 3.3097 MT+ 1.085 MT + 1.752 = 31.7717 MT CO2