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Carolin Stone Jewellery partners with PLANT-MY-TREE

“We want to create a highly sustainable brand”, says Carolin Stone founder.

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Carolin Stone Jewellery partners with PLANT-MY-TREE

(PRESS RELEASE) Carolin Stone Jewellery has partnered up with PLANT-MY-TREE organisation as part of an initiative to make the brand climate neutral.

Already specialising in sustainable jewelry and products with a heavy focus on gemstones, Carolin Stone Jewellery is passionate about mother nature and giving back to the environment. From today, each customer purchase through the website will result in tree being planted at 74670 Forchtenberg.

From sourcing to manufacturing through recycling and distribution, the brands aim is to have a greater environmental focus all to give more back to nature and to become greener each year.

74670 Forchtenberg Coordination of the area: 49°16'51.6"N 9°31'01.9"E

Founder Carolin Rossa Says: ‘’We want to create a highly sustainable brand. Trees are important in the reduction process of our CO2 emissions as they release oxygen into the air. With our possibilities, we want to support and protect the climate of our planet by cooperating with PLANT-MY-TREE in Germany, a certified project for forestation. With every order we plant a tree. And we hope to plant many trees.”

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