To mark World Environment Day, FCA Bank and Leasys are relaunching the "Tree on board" project, the brainchild of their partnership with Treedom, in all European countries where they are operational, including in the United Kingdom through FCA Automotive Services.
Across Europe, the two companies are offering exclusive solutions dedicated to electric and hybrid vehicles, tailor made for each international market: for personal contract plan agreements signed within a specific period, a tree from the large FCA Bank and Leasys forest will be dedicated to the customer.
The FCA Bank and Leasys forest, created in 2020, has more than 14,000 trees and has already absorbed over 4 tons of CO2.
To mark World Environment Day on 5 June, FCA Bank and Leasys are renewing their support for environmental protection by relaunching the "Tree on board" project at an international level. The project is the brainchild of a partnership with Treedom, a platform that enables people to plant a tree from a distance and follow its history online.
The initiative will be active in all European countries where FCA Bank and Leasys operate: with projects in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Spain and many other countries in the name of eco-sustainable mobility and respect for the planet.
Long committed to reducing CO2 emissions and promoting a revolution in sustainable mobility, FCA Automotive Services and Leasys are offering exclusive green solutions dedicated to electric and hybrid models, tailor-made for each market. For new PCP agreements signed with FCA Automotive Services, a tree from the large FCA Bank and Leasys forest will be donated.
Established in 2020, the forest now has more than 14,000 trees and over 4 tons of CO2 have been absorbed already. Trees adopted by new customers will be looked after by farmers located in various parts of the world, particularly in Africa and Latin America, who will tend to them and benefit from their fruit, with the possibility for the customer to know exactly where they are, give them a name and follow their growth.
The theme of World Environment Day in 2021 is eco-system restoration, and there is no better way to improve the environment and air quality than by planting CO2 absorbing trees and encouraging the uptake of electrified automobiles.