We have donated a sum of 100,000 euros to ‘Wohllebens Waldakademie’ (Forest Academy run by Peter Wohlleben) from profits earned during the promotion period from 26.11. to 29.11.2021 for the forest conservation project. With your help we have reached our goal to help finance the conservation of an area of European woodland covering 25,000 m² over the next 50 years.

Together we have made a valuable contribution in preserving trees, protecting the climate and conserving biodiversity!

Why is the forest conservation project organised by ‘Wohllebens Waldakademie’ so important?


Stability & habitat

If left to their own devices, trees would cover more than 90 per cent of Germany, most of which would either be beech trees or mixed forests comprising beech and oak trees.

These forests are characterised by long-term stability and are home to a variety of animals and plants.

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The rain forests of Europe

Old beech forests are the rain forests of Europe. Similar to the tropics, they are in a very poor way.

In Germany nowadays there are no longer any primeval forests, and even old trees are becoming increasingly difficult to find.

For more details on conserving the forest area as part of our promotion, please click here.

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What can we do?

Support ‘Wohllebens Waldakademie’ with a donation to conserve the forest!

This will compensate the forest owners for lost income from forgoing the timber harvest as well as for losing their right of use over the next 50 years, so that the forest can be actively protected.

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The team that makes up ‘Wohllebens Waldakademie’ consists of experienced forest rangers, geographers, ecologists and natural habitat educators. Above all, they all have one thing in common: the forest is their passion!

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Environmental protection

We are "at home outdoors". The conservation of our forests, rivers, lakes, deserts and seas is one of our top priorities. We never stop working to further optimise our environmental commitment – at all levels. Big and small.

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Sustainable products

Products made of recycled material, our ban on PFCs, rejecting the use of fur and Angora wool – our sustainability goals spur us on to develop green and innovative materials. For us, being "at home outdoors” not only means enjoying the natural world, but doing everything in our power to preserve and protect it.

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Social responsibility

Safe and fair working conditions at the production sites of our suppliers are a fundamental requirement for any business relationship. All manufacturers have committed to complying with our Code of Conduct. We help them meet this commitment – and we have already achieved a great deal together.

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Transparent supply chain

Our product supply chains are highly complex, which is why it is so important for us to know those involved in our supply chain and to make the chain sustainable. We publish detailed information about each and every one of our suppliers for everyone to see – for reasons of transparency.

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