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Our air and atmosphere are so, incredibly important to the continuation and health of our planet. For some reason, however, the task of cleaning up the air has been grossly neglected by those responsible for its deterioration. 

In the UK, 75% of regions have illegally high levels of air pollution, with London alone 1.9 times the legal limit. It is estimated that these levels contribute to almost 40,000 human deaths a year. This is already a staggering figure, but becomes all the more terrifying when we consider that it does not take into account the impact on our wildlife. 

Since humans started cutting down trees, we have felled 46% of trees and, over the past 50 years, about 17% of the Amazon has been cut down. With trees acting as the earth’s lungs, they are crucial in aiding in cleaning up the air and counteracting pollution.

There are lots of things we can do within our everyday lives to help combat and resolve air pollution but, unfortunately, it is somewhat out of our hands. This became the driving force behind our Air Cause, explained fully below. 

3,469 Trees 

Have been planted so far

We want your FourState Points to be used for good, to continue your positive impact on the planet and the people living on it. Replacing the trees cut down through deforestation is an excellent place to start, so, for every 20 points donated, we will plant a tree on your behalf!

Tree planting is great for the planet. It helps to clean up our atmosphere and provides habitats for many of the 6.5 million species of land creatures.

Our partner, International Tree Foundation works with community partners across Kenya to plant trees and restore degraded lands. What’s more, they aim to increase tree cover across the country in a way that is useful to local communities, giving them the means to improve their lives and prosper.

ITF believe that successful and sustainable tree planting depends on community involvement. Which is why all of their projects are designed and run by local groups – community members solving their own landscape issues, while empowering those most vulnerable in society.