Our Partners

Voluntary woodland carbon capture can relate to all or part of an organisation’s carbon footprint - below are some examples of what some of our partners have done.

Carbon capture can be done in a variety of ways: for example on behalf of your customers, or just to take care of your own operational footprint.

Allstar EcoPoint

Allstar's EcoPoint Programme - turning business’ unavoidable CO2 emissions from fuel into new woodlands.  As more and more businesses become aware of the need to reduce CO2 emissions  they are faced with the complexity of calculating their emissions, and  cutting them where possible,... Read more

The Fuel Card Company

As more and more businesses become aware of the need to reduce CO2 emissions EcoPoint is a simple way to tackle the problem. It works by adding a small monthly payment to each card a business operates. Partnering with Forest Carbon, contributions go towards new forestry and woodland projects that will... Read more

NEX Group

NEX Group is a leading markets operator and provider of post trade risk mitigation and information services, providing a wide variety of electronic execution, risk mitigation, broking and information services for wholesale market participants. NEX takes its environmental and social responsibilities seriously... Read more


Ireland’s targets for afforestation have received a boost thanks to a new intervention by Microsoft, working with Natural Capital Partners, Forest Carbon and Greenbelt. The programme will enable the planting of trees on 137 hectares of land over 2017 and 2018. Ireland is one of Europe’s least forested... Read more


As part of its new Greener Living campaign, which launched in August 2017, Kier Living (part of the FTSE 250 Kier Group) has committed to creating new woodlands comprising over 50,000 trees over the next three years in recognition of its annual 3,500 tonne carbon footprint. As well as working with Forest... Read more

Ecology Building Society

Ecology Building Society is dedicated to building a greener society by providing mortgages for properties and projects that respect the environment and support sustainable communities, funded through its range of simple, transparent savings accounts. The Society is partnering in UK woodland creation... Read more


Dignity - working in partnership with Forest Carbon and Natural Capital Partners - has contributed to UK woodland creartion in recognition of its environmental footprint and on behalf of sustainable funeral plans.  Read more

The Labour Party

Delegates at the Labour Party annual conference have been making individual contributons to UK woodland creation in recognition of the environmental impact of the conference and their travel to it. Read more


Clearabee, founded in 2012, is the UK's largest man and van style rubbish clearance company. It operates through its own network of vehicles and drivers and with no contracted out services, meaning customers can be sure their rubbish is correctly handled. Over 90% of the rubbish collected by Clearabee... Read more


Nationwide, working in partnership with Natural Capital Partners and Forest Carbon, contributed to the creation of a new woodland in Dorset in recognition of their environmental impact, planting a tree for each staff member. Read more

Integrated Utility Services

Integrated Utility Services works as a provider of power, water and gas infrastructure for the Public and Private sectors in the UK. The business has a strong commitment to communities and the environment, and as a reflection of this it is working with Forest Carbon to mitigate the emissions of its fleet... Read more


Antalis, one of the UK's largest paper merchants, if offering its customers carbon balanced paper through supporting UK woodland creation.  Read more

Green Investment Group

The UK Green Investment Bank was launched in November 2012 with £3.8 billion of funding from the UK Government and a mission to accelerate the UK's transition to a greener economy, make a profit and create an institution that will operate independently of the government. The bank is now private sector... Read more


Established 30 years ago in 1986,  Redhills is one of the UK’s leading asbestos and environmental  consultancies, with eight regional offices and laboratories. Redhills has supported woodland creation in recognition of its fleet emissions. Read more


Fuel distributor BWOC offer their fuel card customers free capture of 10% of their fuel emissions, plus the chance to top-up to 50% or 100%. Their first new woodland, at Harperrig Reservoir in West Lothian, was created in September 2010. BWOC is a notable early investor in UK carbon woodlands, beginning... Read more


Sofa.Com is mitigating the CO2 emissions from its supply chain and delivery transport. Read more

Marks & Spencer

M&S were Forest Carbon's earliest partner, contributing to the creation of woodlands in Northumberland, Carmarthenshire and Dumfries & Galloway in recognition of the delivery emissions from their furniture department.  M&S's investment pre-dated the Woodland Carbon Code by 5 years, and... Read more

Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Forest Carbon, Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) and the Borders Forest Trust have a three way partnership that enables organisations to run events at EICC that have mitigated the impact of their CO2 emissions with woodland creation projects in Scotland. EICC's Plan-it green programme... Read more