EURid compensates its CO2 emissions in conjunction with FAPAS
Brussels, 22 December 2014 –During the month of December 2014, EURid teamed up with the Spanish non-profit organisation FAPAS, known for its numerous activities relating to nature conservation, in order to cap its CO2 emissions.
Through the program ‘+BEARS –CO2’ EURid made its contribution towards climate protection while also helping to protect the European brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos) located in the Cantabrian mountains, Spain.
A total of 320 fruit trees were planted in Proaza, Asturias, contributing to increased biodiversity in the region, home to the beloved species.
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