MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk launches tree planting campaign with Mokugift to fight climate change

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MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk launches tree planting campaign with Mokugift to fight climate change

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MOBILE connectivity specialists MobileBroadbandSupermaket.co.uk have today announced that they have partnered with mokugift to plant a tree for every sale made through www.mobilebroadbandsupermarket.co.uk.

 

Friday, October 16, 2009 - 7:50am

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) October 16, 2009 - MOBILE connectivity specialists MobileBroadbandSupermaket.co.uk have today announced that they have partnered with mokugift to plant a tree for every sale made through the site. 

Andy Gott, Managing Director of MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk, said,
"We considered ways we could be proactive about using our business to promote our commitment to sustainability – so tree planting really appealed to us. We’re delighted to be partnering with mokugift as they are an official partner of the United Nations Environment Programme's Billion Tree Campaign.”

“We love technology, but we're all active outdoor types too, and if we're not squeezing in a long weekend surfing in North Wales, or cycling in the Pennines, we're taking a well earned break for a snowboarding trip to the Alps.”

“There's nothing we love more than being involved with, and thoroughly enjoying, the planet on which we live, and it's very important to us that we do what we can to help keep it healthy.”

“At mobilebroadbandsupermarket.co.uk, we view technology as a potential means to reduce our impact on the planet – we can reduce international travel and therefore our carbon emissions using tele-conferencing, video-conferencing and webinars. And, of course this is all vastly enhanced by the ability to use your dongle and connect from anywhere.”

Mokugift plant trees in tropical zones as they have been proven to be the most beneficial to the fight against global warming. The trees they plant help reduce climate change and global warming by absorbing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. An average tree inhales 26 lbs of carbon dioxide per year and exhales enough Oxygen for a family of four for a year. Trees also reflect solar radiation back into space by evaporating water back into the atmosphere to increase cloudiness.

About MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk

MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk is a comparison website owned by Manchester-based entrepreneurial business, Liquidearth.

The purpose of MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk is to enable people to confidently choose a mobile broadband service that will suit their personal requirements.

MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk is currently the only comparison site offering a usage calculator which they combine with a search tool, allowing users to compare only the offers which suit their own requirements.

Besides the mobile broadband comparison and shopping services, MobileBroadbandSupermarket.co.uk seeks to educate users, so they can better understand mobile connectivity and how it will benefit them and relate specifically to their circumstances. To this effect, there a series of guides published on the site.

www.mobilebroadbandsupermarket.co.uk

About mokugift

A social venture focused on customer experience and tangible, positive benefit to the environment and society, Mokugift makes it easy and rewarding to plant trees, for $1 apiece, through online “gifting.” Giving a mokugift tree is similar to sending an e-card, and recipients can proudly display their trees online at Facebook, MySpace, Yahoo!, and 50 other popular Web sites.

An official partner of the United Nations Environment Programme's Billion Tree Campaign, mokugift collaborates with award-winning nonprofit agroforestry organizations such as Trees For The Future and Sustainable Harvest International to plant trees in twelve countries: Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Burundi, Senegal, Zambia, India, the Philippines and Haiti.  Using environmentally sustainable methods, farmers in these countries plant mokugift trees to restock existing forests and enable more diverse, productive and economically sustainable land-use systems.

For more information on mokugift, please visit http://www.mokugift.com

Or contact Hans Chung

hans@mokugift.com

www.twitter.com/mokugift

+1.650.692.2384

 

Contact

Jordan Communications
Jordan Communications
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http://www.mokugift.com
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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mokugift/105456461706
Hans Chung
+1-6506922384
Mokugift
http://www.mokugift.com
http://twitter.com/mokugift
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mokugift/105456461706
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