M&N Travel - Corporate Social Responsibility
As a luxury boutique Destination Management Company, M&N Travel recognises the detrimental impact which global travel has upon the environment. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility measures and our aim to give back, we want to assist in the re-forestation of the Scottish Highlands – an area close to our hearts and where we send international visitors each year. To this end, M&N Travel supports the Trees for Life initiative (see below). To see our Trees for Life homepage, please click here.
Trees for Life (Scotland) – helping stabilise our climate.
Humans breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide, trees do the reverse – cleaning the air that we breathe. Trees also absorb pollutants such as nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulphur dioxide and ozone. By removing CO2 from the atmosphere and locking it up, trees help to combat climate change. Recent studies have found that trees may be the best way to stabilise our climate.
Trees for Life plant trees in Scotland. Trees are planted alongside other native trees, and in time will transform open hillsides into healthy young woodland, helping to restore the Caledonian forest. This rich habitat will support wildlife such as red squirrel, black grouse, capercaillie, pine marten and golden eagle.
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Trees for Life – Values
Their values are at the core of their mission to rewild the Scottish Highlands, informing decisions large and small from the day-to-day running of their office to major conservation projects.
For over 25 years Trees for Life have sought to bring innovation to conservation, and they continue to strive for new and ground-breaking ways to rewild the Scottish Highlands.
They are an open, friendly and cooperative organisation. Welcoming and encouraging collaborative working with other organisations, land owners and the wider community. Believing they can always achieve more through teamwork.
They seek prudent, sustainable solutions in everything they do. Are always mindful of their duty to their supporters, volunteers, staff and above all to Scotland’s wild forest. Seeking a pragmatic approach safeguards the organisation and the work they undertake.