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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 Business Supporters

Merrell’s ethos is founded on getting people the gear to get out there, so they take a holistic approach to sustainability and seriously consider their impact on the environment. Merrell is supporting our work to conserve and restore Australia’s great outdoors by donating 100% of Merrell Reusable Calico Tote bag sales in connection with their new Gridway Collection, which features all knit uppers and laces made from 100% recycled materials.
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.
Eco-retailer, Biome, is partnering with Greening Australia to offset their delivery emissions and to support valuable local onground work. Biome’s donation contributes directly to Reef Aid which is working to improve water quality on the Great Barrier Reef. The retailers funding is further amplified by the Federal Government’s dollar-for-dollar matched support for Reef Aid. The partnership confirms Biome’s ongoing mission of sustainable and ethical retailing.
NAOS Asset Management, an award-winning Australian investment firm, provides ongoing support for Reef Aid – our major program to improve water quality on the Great Barrier Reef. The partnership provides valuable funding for our on-ground work with landholders to help the reef by rebuilding eroding gullies and restoring vital coastal wetlands.
Aussie Time Sheets has partnered with Greening Australia to offset their environmental footprint. Through this initiative, the technology company donate a percentage of their sales to support our on-ground work.
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.

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