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In partnership with eTrees

Jackson’s are looking to the future and addressing their carbon footprint by forming a partnership with eTrees.

The plant-friendly company are dedicated to planting a greener future. They say:

Modern life produces a large amount of carbon into our environment. This carbon negatively effects our atmosphere by heating it up, this is otherwise known as climate change.

The effects of climate change is a global issue – and we want to do our bit.

How does a funeral impact the environment?

Jackson’s have recognised that regardless of whether a funeral is a burial or a cremation, they have a long term impact on the environment. Which is why we came up with our carbon offsetting initiative. The impact of a funeral can vary due to a number of factors, like the materials used and the actual funeral process itself. As a verified partner of eTrees, our aim is not to just offset the carbon footprint of a funeral but tip the balance enough to ensure every funeral we are trusted to care for has a positive impact. This is possible by simply planting a tree…

If you’d like to find out more, please let us know, we’d love to chat with you about leaving a lasting legacy. Find out more about our eco funerals here.

As seen online in the Worcester News, Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce and BusinessWorks Magazine.

Take a look at the eTrees website or learn a little more below:


Why do we need trees?


Modern life produces a large amount of carbon into our environment. This carbon negatively effects our atmosphere by heating it up, this is otherwise known as climate change.

The environment needs your help to reduce carbon footprint.

Every tree planted through eTrees has a certificate to prove the planting has taken place.

The certificate has details of the tree, the location and the amount of estimated carbon that will be offset during its lifetime.

You want to help but how do you know you’re making a difference?

Our planet is a natural survivor but it cannot stabilise itself as quick as we damage it.

One of the planet’s natural defence systems is quite simply….trees.

Trees live using a cycle called photosynthesis. During this process the tree absorbs carbon dioxide and produces oxygen.

In short a tree is one of the world’s best carbon recyclers. More can be found on the eTrees website.

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