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PIP Studio & Life Terra join forces to plant new species on ‘Pijnenburg Estate’ in The Netherlands

Last Friday about twenty engaged team members of PIP Studio and their partners met at Landgoed Pijnenburg to plant trees. The centuries-old family estate on the border of the province Utrecht with the province Noord-Holland offers a beautiful nature full of lovely lanes and cycle paths. Due to extreme drought in recent summers, the bark beetle - a beetle capable of destroying spruce trees - has affected many trees throughout Europe. At Pijnenburg too, many dead spruces have had to be cut down.

PIP Studio - known for its colourful home products - has the ambition to reduce its footprint. It looks at the impact on processes and products, but the PIP Studio team involved wanted to first start by taking climate action themselves. The team and their partners literally rolled up their sleeves to contribute - over 600 new trees were planted in one afternoon. A total of 1,500 trees will be planted by PIP Studio and Life Terra. This is a mix of deciduous species, with the aim of restoring the area to nature in a sustainable way that encourages biodiversity and is climate-proof. In the near future PIP Studio will reach out to their customers to contribute to this effort as well – they can adopt a Life Terra tree through their webshop:

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