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For more than 200 years, scientists have been observing, measuring, and analyzing information about our planet’s climate. Studies from the Antarctic, the Amazon, the Great Barrier Reef, and beyond show that the earth is in constant transition and that humans have an effect on what happens.

On April 22nd more than 192 countries will be celebrating Earth Day. Earth Day is a day to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. Since 1970, Earth Day has been a seminal event, bringing environmentalists, community leaders, elected officials and ordinary citizens together to discuss ways to improve the world around us. This year, 2015, it is Earth Day’s 45th anniversary. All over the world it could be the most exciting year in environmental history.

In the United States of America, Earth day is well celebrated.  A star-spangled event featuring familiar faces such as Mary J. Blige, No Doubt, Usher, Fall Out Boy, and Train—to name a few—will be shouting and singing out the message that we need to take action on climate change, and we need to do it now.  Perhaps more importantly, the two important organizations in the US; Connect4Climate and Earth Day Network are hosting a roundtable discussion with local and national leaders and influencers backstage to bring forth new climate communication ideas and strategies to trigger action, especially among Millennials. This Earth Day, our leaders must commit to real strategies to solve the climate change crisis. We can’t afford to wait any longer. 

One way to celebrate Earth Day is to plant trees. This is a good way to involve the community and to spread the message of advocacy. Trees are necessary for humans. They give fruits, oxygen, cleanse the air, prevent soil erosion, and provide shelter to wildlife. Having shade near one’s home can help reduce energy consumption and keep the home cool during summer without the need to run an expensive air conditioning unit all day.

Hoentjen Creatie helps donations protecting and conserving forest around the globe for future generations by planting a tree, every time a timepiece or sunglasses is sold.

This  in association with "Trees for the future".  Trees for the future is dedicated to plant trees with rural communities in Africa , Asia and Latin America, enabling them to restore their environment, grow more food, and build a sustainable future.

In 2 years of partnership, Hoentjen Creatie is well on its way. Over a thousand trees have been planted with the help of our partners and our loyal customers!

With two certificates on the wall Sander Hoentjen can proudly say that he makes an actual contribution to solve world problems. A lot of countries are devastated by deforestation and, increasingly, global climate change. The certificates shows the planting of 1000 fast-growing, beneficial trees which will help to protect fragile and eroded lands and also assure families to continue to live in dignity and harmony with the natural resources of their lands. And we will not stop! We ask your attention for global environmental problems. Would you like to improve the world around you too? Would you like a more conscious and sustainable life, but do not know where to start? Hoentjen Creatie will tell you! Choose a wooden watch or wooden sunglasses of Hoentjen Creatie and contribute to a better environment and world economy!

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