Founded in 1976, CGI is among the largest IT and business consulting services firms in the world, helping clients achieve their goals, including becoming customer-centric digital enterprises.  CGI is committed to reducing their impact on the environment and playing their part to mitigate the climate crisis. As part of a comprehensive carbon reduction programme, CGI is supporting UK woodland creation and more information can be found below. 

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trees planted

expected tonnes CO2 capture

hectares of ecosystem restored


CGI at Talla & Gameshope phase 2

Talla & Gameshope is special because it offers a rare opportunity to restore a large area of hills and upland valleys to their natural state - providing habitats extensive enough to be sustainable. At its southern end the property borders both the Trust’s Carrifran Wildwood and the National Trust... Read more

CGI at Gameshope Loch

This project is part of a wider, multi-site project to tackle degraded peatlands across the Talla and Gameshope estate. This land is owned and managed by the Borders Forest Trust, who are committed to restoring it for nature, by planting trees and scrub, and also helping blanket bogs and mire habitats... Read more

CGI at Katingan

The project protects and restores over 140,000 hectares of peatland ecosystems in Indonesia by helping local people build sustainable sources of income through agriculture, agro-forestry, eco-tourism and aquaculture. This prevents the conversion of the area to industrial plantations of acacia, a tree... Read more