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Antipodes Teams Up With The Nature Conservancy To Conserve Natural Resources

Antipodes Teams Up With The Nature Conservancy To Conserve Natural Resources

International beauty brand Antipodes®, committed to delivering certified organic products, teams up with The Nature Conservancy to limit their carbon footprint on Earth's natural resources.

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 11, 2008

Antipodes®, a leader in organic skincare, has recently teamed up with The Nature Conservancy and their Plant A Billion Trees campaign. In an effort to help save the environment and reduce the company's carbon footprint, Antipodes will be donating one new tree for every order placed online at AntipodesUSA. com. The donations will be made through The Nature Conservancy's website that is devoted primarily to this campaign PlantABillion. org (http://www. PlantABillion. org).

The focus of the Plant A Billion Tress campaign is on the Atlantic forest, which is located in South America and is one of the world's largest tropical forests. The Atlantic Forest is considered one of the world's most endangered tropical forests and naturally regulates the atmosphere, which helps to stabilize the environment. These tropical forests are considered to be the lungs of the Earth storing massive amounts of carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen in a never-ending cycle of life. The ultimate goal of this campaign is to join efforts to reforest all the degraded areas and protect the existing forest.

"At Antipodes, sustainability is about our impact on the environment as well as our contribution to solving its many challenges," said Ed Meyers, USA Distributor of Antipodes. "We are proud to be part of a comprehensive collaboration to address such an important and meaningful environmental project."

Antipodes has always been committed to the renewal of Earth's natural resources. Their natural skincare line, which is produced in accordance with environmentally sustainable practices, is focused on limiting human exposure to chemicals as well as limiting the human effect on the environment. Antipodes certified organic skincare features pure avocado oil (http://www. antipodesusa. com/avocadooil. html) and New Zealand plant extracts. The ingredients in the Antipodes products are as near to their natural form as possible so they are not overly subjected to energy expending modifications or refinements.

To help save the Atlantic forest log on to Antipodes website, a donation is made for every order. To learn more about the Nature Conservancy and the Plant A Billions Tees campaign go to PlantABillion. org.

About Antipodes
Antipodes® certified organic skin care (http://www. antipodesusa. com/certifiedorganicrange. html) and natural skin care (https://www. antipodesusa. com/naturalskincarerange. html) lines provide a healthy, positive alternative to the mass of less authentic natural brands and synthetic chemical brands. Created without compromise to quality, honesty, beauty or the environment, we offer you sustainable, energy-efficient and high-end skincare. For more information please visit AntipodesUSA. com (http://www. antipodesusa. com).

About The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. They have protected more than 117 million acres of land and 5,000 miles of rivers worldwide and they operate more than 100 marine conservation projects globally. They currently work in all 50 states and more than 30 countries, protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia. For more information please visit nature. org.

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