ctc x veritree
We are planting 36,000 trees to help combat the climate crisis
At CTC, our commitment to well-being extends beyond healthcare to encompass the very planet we inhabit. We recognize the urgency of our changing climate and its potential impact on global health. This is why we've anchored environmental sustainability deep within our core ethos. Our partnership with veritree signifies this dedication, targeting the pressing need for reforestation amidst a warming world.
As leaders in the medical communications industry, we understand that caring for our environment goes hand-in-hand with our mission to help patients by helping you. By championing a healthier planet, we're ensuring a better, more sustainable future for both the environment and the individuals we serve.
How you can help
"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now." - Chinese Proverb
We are committed to planting 36,000 trees over the next three years. We'd love for you to join us on this journey. The best way to help is by getting a no-obligation quote for all your medical communications projects. We'll plant 10 trees on your behalf for each quote, and an additional 40 trees if you select CTC as your agency for the project.
For every quote we prepare for you, we will plant 10 trees an your behalf.
Our partnership with veritree
Where are we planting now (Q1 2024)?
New Brunswick, Canada
Forestry is New Brunswick’s largest industry, contributing to over $1.45 billion to the local economy annually. Unfortunately, while providing stable jobs and wealth to the region, extensive logging has caused the forests to become degraded and fragmented.
The forests of New Brunswick, now in a degraded state and fragmentation is affecting forests’ ability to support biodiversity and provide ecosystem services. The older trees, which were once powerful carbon sinks, are now lost or becoming increasingly threatened.
With your support, we will be regenerating a former commercial logging site in New Brunswick, Canada. For this project, we will be planting over sixteen distinct native species, including Red Spruce, Oak, Birch, Sugar Maple, Butter Nut, and more. The goal of this project is to reverse land degradation in the area. A diverse range of species will be planted to revitalize habitat, increase biodiversity, and restore these forests as effective carbon sinks.