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Building strong partnerships is the only way to achieve our ambitious conservation and landscape restoration goals. Support from major businesses across Australia is crucial for building awareness and providing vital funding for our onground work, whilst our delivery partners enable us to achieve far more than we could alone.

Our approach to partnerships

We believe that all partnerships must be mutually beneficial to succeed, so we take a strategic and flexible approach to deliver positive results for everyone – and the environment.

We build partnerships because working with others is the only way to achieve our ambitious conservation and landscape restoration goals. From businesses to local communities, we want as many people on board as possible.

Meeting the needs of your business

No two organisations are the same, so we’re committed to establishing strong partnerships that meet your business’s individual needs. That way we can work better together to create maximum benefit for the environment.

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Like me, Virgin Australia is passionate about doing what we can to help save one of the most complex and beautiful natural systems on earth, the Great Barrier Reef. Our partnership with Greening Australia will make a real difference at halting soil erosion onto the Reef and improving water quality.

Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group founder

Proud Partners

Proud Business Supporters

Greening Australia receives in-kind support from businesses and individuals who are registered with the 1% for the planet program. They work with approved environmental nonprofits, creating high-impact partnerships that amplify the impact of their members’ giving.
Amazon Australia is supporting Greening Australia’s work to build resilience into our environment, helping to restore Australia’s unique and diverse landscapes after the devastation of the Black Summer bushfires.
The WOMADelaide festival has reduced its ecological footprint by cutting its energy consumption and adopting environmentally friendly principles. Carbon dioxide emissions that cannot be avoided are offset through Greening Australia’s strategic revegetation, effectively turning waste into wildlife.
Beach Energy is an ASX listed, oil and natural gas, exploration and production company headquartered in Adelaide, South Australia. Beach Energy recognises its intrinsic role in supporting communities, by actively contributing to sustainable environments and the health, safety and wellbeing of the people living in the areas where it operates.
Inspired by the science of nature and committed to protecting the planet’s biodiversity since its inception in 1954, Clarins’ ongoing support will assist Greening Australia in reaching our 2030 goals – aiding the recovery of Australia’s native landscape and help create new habitats for wildlife in the years to come.
Give2Asia is an international nonprofit organization that connects corporations, foundations, and individuals with charitable projects and social enterprises across Asia.
i=Change empowers brands to give back with every online sale, to support best practice organisations. The brand gives, the customer gets to choose where the donation goes. Over 100 Australian businesses now choose to donate to Greening Australia through the ‘restore the Reef’ and ‘restore the land’ projects.
Australian Designer Lucy Folk is collaborating with social enterprise and Australian artists to produce sustainable and considered ‘Love is in the Air’ designs to raise awareness for environmental restoration. The profits are directed to Greening Australia to support the initiative to plant ½ billion native trees and shrubs by 2030.
As a business that showcases the natural environment, Pennicott Wilderness Journeys works hard to minimise its environmental footprint. All tours are 100% carbon offset with energy use, water consumption and waste output measured through the internationally recognised EarthCheck system.
PUR Projet works with companies to regenerate the ecosystems they depend upon. While empowering local communities to operate long-term socio-environmental projects, they help companies strengthen their supply chains through agroforestry, land restoration and sustainable agricultural practices…
As part of Kathmandu’s goal for net zero environmental harm from their business, they have a number of priorities to reach zero-waste status. Kathmandu now charges a small fee for paper bags in store as part of their Fees for Trees program, with net proceeds going to plant trees locally in with Greening Australia. Small: 40 Cents, Large: 50 Cents.
The WOMADelaide Foundation have invested in a series of initiatives to keep the festival environmentally-friendly, such as minimising waste, reducing energy consumption, installing solar lighting and offsetting their carbon with Greening Australia through the WOMADelaide Forest.

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