4 555 057Trees planted

There can hardly be a better symbol of the sustainability we strive for in our joint projects than a tree. For this reason, Drees & Sommer – together with its clients – is planting over 4.500 trees with Reforest‘Action. Combining economy and ecology is the goal for all projects. Drees & Sommer and EPEA Internationale Umweltforschung Hamburg are jointly committed to Cradle to Cradle®, bringing principals, investors, architects and manufacturers together to promote the approach.

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  • Project in progress
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4 868 trees

planted by Drees & Sommer in her/his forest

Benefits created by the trees already planted

  • Climate 730 tons of CO2 stored

  • Biodiversity 14 521 shelters for animals created

  • Health 19 472 months of oxygen generated

  • Employment 4 868 hour(s) of work created

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They take part to the plantation

Number of Reforest'actors :697

Description

For more than 45 years, Drees & Sommer has supported public- and private-sector owners and investors in all aspects of real estate. Managed by partners and headquartered in Stuttgart, the company has 41 offices worldwide. Despite the focus being on profitability, we promote sustainable building to the greatest possible degree. We call this approach ‘the blue way’. Combining economy and ecology is the goal for all projects. 

Further information:
https://www.dreso.com/en/company/inside-drees-sommer/

https://www.dreso.com/en/company/inside-drees-sommer/our-values/

News from the field


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Photos of the projects