Hopper Trees
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Hopper Trees

At Hopper, we’re committed to making positive change for the environment.
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Hopper Trees

At Hopper, we're committed to making positive change for the environment.

Our buns have green thumbs

Now with every booking, Hopper will plant up to four trees for free as part of our new carbon offset program.

So, why are we doing this?

The planet is facing an unfolding climate crisis and unfortunately, travel plays a role in the carbon emissions that contribute to this crisis.

We are super keen to take this step toward a more sustainable future, and it’s great to see that our customers are viewing this as a priority too.

How does this all work?

You won’t have to worry about a thing, as Hopper will be donating trees directly to our partner, Eden Reforestation Projects, who has planting locations all over the world — Madagascar, Mozambique, Indonesia, Kenya, Haiti, and Nepal.

Book your trip

Go ahead and book your trip as you normally would, we’ve got this covered.

We plant trees

For every booking made on Hopper, two to four trees will be planted.

Carbon offset

Over the course of its lifetime, a tree will offset about 900kg of CO2.

Hang on, why trees?

Apart from drawing down a bunch of carbon over the trees’ lifetime, planting trees and reforestation in general has other great benefits.
  • Provides growing habitats for animals
  • Purifies water sources
  • Controls flooding and erosion
  • Replenishes soil with the nutrients needed for farming
  • Trees are pretty

Our partner

Eden Reforestation Projects, our wonderful partner, has a holistic approach to reforestation and ecological restoration. Since they were founded in 2004, well over 250 million trees, and counting, have been planted around the world.
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Partnering with villages, Eden identifies areas to reforest.
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They then hire and train locals to plant new trees.
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Local employees protect and maintain the new forests.

We don’t mess around

Our commitment is to plant at least 6 million trees in 2020, maybe more. So far we've planted 1,189,896 trees.

Our commitment is to plant at least 6 million trees in 2020, maybe more. So far we've planted 16,500 trees.

Ways to travel moresustainably

As the climate crisis intensifies, many travelers are looking for ways to make their trips more sustainable. So, here are some simple tips to make your next holiday a planet-friendly holiday. Mother Earth needs some time off too.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Reusable bottles

Use a refillable water bottle or coffee cup, to help reduce nasty single-use plastics.

Take the bus

Travel to and from the airport using good old public transit, instead of a car or taxi.

Walk or cycle

Get out there and explore, by walking or cycling — most cities have bicycles to rent.

Eat your veggies

Switch up one of your meals for something veggie, or completely plant-based.

Reuse towels

Don’t have your bed sheets changed, and reuse your towels — you can’t be that dirty.

Be a local

Eat yummy locally sourced food and buy products from small businesses.

Stay eco

When choosing your accommodations, look for places that practice sustainability.

Fly direct

Consider a destination with a shorter flight distance, or better yet, fly non-stop.

Reusable bottles

Use a refillable water bottle or coffee cup, to help reduce nasty single-use plastics.

Take the bus

Travel to and from the airport using good old public transit, instead of a car or taxi.

Walk or cycle

Get out there and explore by walking or cycling — most cities have bicycles to rent.

Eat your veggies

Switch up one of your meals for something veggie, or completely plant-based.

Reuse towels

Don’t have your bed sheets changed, and reuse your towels — you can’t be that dirty.

Be a local

Eat yummy locally sourced food and buy products from small businesses.

Stay eco

When choosing your accommodations, look for places that practice sustainability.

More resources

For more details on Hopper Trees, check out the full announcement here.
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Media inquiries

For any media inquiries, please reach out to our PR team at media@hopper.com.
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Further reading

Want to know more about carbon offsetting and sustainability in general? They say knowledge is power, so we’ve put together some further reading that you can peruse at your own leisure.