what’s in a name?
Co-Treetment isn’t just a name or a random title…
…and while spelling may not always be our strongest skill, it’s also not a typo.
“Co” stands for many things, it has a meaning dear to our hearts.
The essence of what we are about is carbon reduction, and CO / CO2 plays a significant role in anthropogenic climate change. The trees we plant and activities we undertake are carefully considered to combat climate change and provide a better future for our children and the generations that follow. With this in mind it makes sense that “Co” is at the forefront of who we are and what we focus on.
“Co” is something else too, it’s the beginning of cooperate, combine and collaborate. This signifies the relationships we have with our customers. We add value to their organisations and provide a service that our customers benefit from and can be proud to be a part of. In return, our customers enable us to create beautiful green spaces, woodlands and sanctuaries which contribute towards our combined environmental goals and aspirations.
Our customers make us who we are and empower us to make a difference, the collaborations we create with them are vital, as such “Co” keeps us humble and reminds us daily that cooperation with our customers is what drives our success.
Trees are what we do, and we wanted that to be apparent in our title at a glance. Its not just any trees though, we have a deep knowledge and understanding of what we do, and we have chosen to plant trees that make the most impact to the environment whilst balancing other factors such as soil types, robustness, grow-rate, availability and more.
Finally “Treetment” which is a little play on the word ‘treatment’. Our earth is undergoing a change in its climate and whatever train of thought our customers have on this topic, its clear that our temperatures and weather patterns are changing. Individuals can contribute towards improving climate change by reducing the carbon dioxide quantity in the air. As such, we see our work as a kind-of ‘treatment’ for the poor earth.
We are under no delusions that we can fix the world’s problems with a few acres of trees and a smile, but we wholeheartedly believe that our work will play a beneficial part in combatting the climate crisis for all of our futures.