We’re proud of how long all our business partnerships have lasted but Brother breaks all records. Ten years on, Brother is more committed than ever to halting deforestation from Peru to Papua New Guinea.
Brother International supports Cool Earth in a variety of ways, such as a pan-European employee Eco-Rewards initiative and a "Click for the Earth" campaign on www.brotherearth.com.Brother International
Customers can also help Brother support Cool Earth through a free return and recycle scheme for Brother ink and toner cartridges. Hand in hand with their customers and staff, Brother has put their trust in local people to protect irreplaceable rainforest.
“We at Brother are very proud of our long-standing partnership with Cool Earth. Our employees and customers alike continue to protect vital rainforest and its communities in Peru and Papua New Guinea through numerous initiatives, including a bi-annual fundraising quiz and a toner recycling scheme.”
Isao Noji, Managing Director, Brother International Europe
To recycle your toner cartridges and help Brother to protect even more rainforest visit the Brother Recycling page here
Brother International are partnering with 16 Asháninka villages to save over 4,500 acres of rainforest in Peru.
The Asháninka are Peru’s largest indigenous nation and until now have lived deep in the heart of the amazon rainforest. Today, the deforestation frontline has arrived on their doorstep. Our Asháninka Partnership is in the Ene Valley, one of the world’s most at-risk areas. Illegal logging and the cocaine trade are destroying the forest. With the support of Brother International, Cool Earth is linking villages together to shield millions of acres of neighbouring forest.
Brother International is partnering with Cool Earth to save rainforest from palm oil destruction in Papua New Guinea.
Working with three villages in Milne Bay Province, Brother International is so far keeping almost 3,000 acres of highly vulnerable rainforest standing. By blocking the advance of the palm frontier from the east, Cool Earth’s Orangerie Bay Project is shielding the pristine rainforest behind.