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Help us plant 400 trees in Niger, Africa!

Did you know that a single tree can reduce up to 500 Kg of CO2 over its lifetime? From October 11th 2010 until November 22nd, we’ll plant a tree on the behalf of 400 new subscribers to an SAP Community Network newsletter. Simply subscribe to the SAP BusinessObjects CommunitySAP Developer Network, and/or BPXCommunity newsletters and you could be one of 400 people chosen to have a tree planted on your behalf. With a just few clicks, you could help leave a gift that will last forgenerations and change the environmental landscape of Niger.


But there’s more…if you have a tree planted on your behalf, you’ll also receive a virtual tree that will be planted on the Tree-Nation Community virtual map.  Take a walk inside this great community and watch how YOUR happy tree grows big and strong. You can also share ideas,photos, and messages, make contacts, and discuss environmental issues with other like-minded individuals.


Subscribe today to one or more of our environmentally friendly newsletters and get the latest news and tips delivered right to your inbox! 


About Tree Nation and the Niger Plantation

Tree-Nation ( is the biggest free Internet social network with the objective of planting trees in order to fight poverty, desertification, deforestation and climate change. The plantation in Niger, Africa that you will be supporting will benefit local populations by helping the soil to regenerate and will help increase the productivity of the land.


All this of course, ultimately decreases desertification, increases agricultural output, and decreases poverty in a country that was ranked LAST (#182) in the 2009 United Nations Human Development Index. The index is a summary composite index that measures a country’s average achievements in three basic aspects of human development: health, knowledge, and a decent standard of living.

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      its good to hear..