Search Talent is proud to announce the launch of our new campaign. For every placement made through Search Talent, we will plant a tree in partnership with Tree-Nation, an official partner of the UNEP.

Through the Tree-nation platform, our clients and candidates can access Search Talent’s forest and track its Evolution of nº of trees planted and CO2 captured.

As a responsible corporate citizen, we recognize the impact that our activities can have on the environment. By planting trees, we can help offset the carbon emissions produced by our operations. At the same time, we are committed to supporting the professional growth and development of our candidates, placing them in roles that will challenge and inspire them.

 We believe that the two are interconnected and that by supporting the career aspirations of our candidates, we can also contribute to a more sustainable future, just like our campaign slogan says: Grow your Career, Grow the Planet

The Planting Trees, Building Careers campaign is a unique and innovative approach to recruitment that not only supports professional development but also helps combat climate change. It is also a way to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and climate action.

By sharing our story with our clients, candidates, and partners, we hope to inspire others to take action and make a positive impact on the planet.

Together, we can make a real difference for the planet and for future generations.

Trees planted

Planting trees is provenly one of the most efficient solutions to fight Climate Change. Trees absorb carbon dioxide, one of the major greenhouse gases responsible for climate change. They also release oxygen, clean the air, and provide a habitat for wildlife. By planting trees through Tree-Nation, we are supporting reforestation projects in different parts of the world, helping to restore biodiversity and protect ecosystems.

Ficus sur

 A multipurpose tree, it is often left standing when land is cleared and is also sometimes cultivated as a shade tree and in hedges and is grown as an ornamental tree.

The ripe figs are sometimes eaten and are also made into jams” – Tree-nation

  • Lifetime CO2 offset: 700kg;
  • Yearly CO2 offset: 35 kg/year;
  • CO2 offset period: 0 – 20 years;
  • Average natural life span: 100 years.

Markhamia lutea

The wood is used for light construction, furniture, cabinet work and flooring. It is also used as firewood and for charcoal production. It’s an important agroforestry tree; it’s used as shade tree in crops; it’s useful for erosion control and soil conservation, and provides good mulch.” – Tree-nation

  • Lifetime CO2 offset: 140kg;
  • Yearly CO2 offset: 7 kg/year;
  • CO2 offset period: 20 years;
  • Productivity period: 40 years;
  • Average natural life span: 150 years.

Bruguiera gymnorrhiza

Prior to the start of the project the mangrove forests found in this area were severely impacted by deforestation and forest degradation from charcoal production and wood collection for cooking, construction and other purposes.” – Tree-nation

  • Lifetime CO2 offset: 40kg;
  • Yearly CO2 offset: 2 kg/year;
  • CO2 offset period: 20 years;
  • Productivity period: 25 years.

Forest locations