At Entain, we’re on a mission to reduce our carbon emissions to Net Zero by 2035.
We’re also capturing carbon by creating an Entain Forest of one million trees, in partnership with Brynk.
This is the story so far.
Welcome to the Entain Forest HQ
Here you can find updates as our global forest grows each month. Check in to learn how many trees we’ve planted, how much carbon we’ve captured and the difference we’re making for local communities.
We’ve committed to planting a total of
1 million trees
have been planted to date
This month we’re planting
Our CO2 impact dashboard
estimated tonnes of CO2 captured to date
by our forest
estimated tonnes of CO2 captured over the
lifetime of our forest
How big is the Entain Forest ?
So far, we’ve planted XXXXX trees in XX locations around the world. Trying to visualise it?
That’s the same
XXXXX football fields
And we’ve captured XXX tonnes of CO2
Which is the equivalent to…
XXXXX Wembley Stadium
How are we benefiting local communities?
Creating the Entain Forest is also about collaborating with local people and working together for a better tomorrow. It’s all part of our wider mission to Make Today Matter.
So far, we’ve been able to provide over 111 days of work for villagers in the countries where we’re planting trees.
We want our project to be truly sustainable, which means contributing to communities as well as improving the environment.
That’s why we’re committed to working with local partners everywhere we’re planting the Entain Forest.
And we’ll be sharing their stories, too. Stay tuned to hear more about how they’re shaping a better tomorrow.
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What’s does the future look like?
By 2030 our one-million-tree Entain Forest will be fully planted. In its lifetime, it will capture an incredible 1234 tonnes of CO2.
That’s enough to offset the footprint of 111 houses. Or 222 return flights from London to Gibraltar/Hyderabad/Manila.
Click on the globe below to read more about each part of the Entain Forest.
We’re helping community leaders restore forests and plant agroforestry trees for food security.
Working with local villagers on Biak Island to restore, replant, and protect these unique and vital forest systems
Restoring ecologically devastated mangrove estuaries in the northwest of the country
Working to support poverty alleviation and environmental restoration across the country
So far we’ve helped
Families in poverty
You are improving human lives and protecting the environment with these UN Sustainable Development Goals