Lemoncha helps reforest the Amazon

During the whole month of September, Lemoncha will donate CHF0.20 per drink sold to the Saving The Amazon Foundation.

Lemoncha has decided to contribute on its scale to the conservation of the Amazonian forest. In collaboration with the Saving The Amazon, twenty cents of each drink sold in Lemoncha shops during the month of September will be donated to plant new trees in the Colombian part of the Amazon rainforest.

By donating trees to communities at Saving The Amazon, Lemoncha is helping to enrich the forest in the world's largest ecological altar, the Amazon region; which in turn enables it to contribute to food security and the transformation of local socio-economic conditions, through green micro-enterprises from planted trees. The trees will be geolocated and labeled. Their evolution will be visible on their website.

20 seconds: this is the time required for modern machines to destroy a forest area the size of a football field. In 2013 alone, a perimeter equivalent to a quarter of Swiss territory has disappeared.

Saving The Amazon seeks to unite the global and local community in a campaign to save Amazon, by planting trees with indigenous communities.

At Saving the Amazon, they are committed to the environment, indigenous well-being, water protection, food security for indigenous communities, support for effective social productivity for indigenous communities, saving the Amazon and its people.


Niels Renard