Sendle is 100% Carbon Neutral Delivery
Myanmar Project

Blue gums, planted in sections of the Annya State Forest have been negatively impacting the biodiversity of the area. By protecting the land against further clearing and replanting it with natural vegetation, the Myanmar Project helps preserve the habitat of endangered native species such as the scented spider orchid, the powerful owl, and the long-nosed potoroo.

Project benefits:

  • An ancient forest is protected from further clearing and new native plants are laid, which ensures biodiversity.
  • The precious habitat of threatened and endangered native species, like the scented spider orchid, powerful owl and the long-nosed potoroo is protected.
Kariba REDD+ Forest Protection Project

The Kariba REDD+ Forest Protection project ensures forest and wildlife protection (including the endangered Black Rhino), on the southern shores of Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba, and supports the independence of local, war-affected communities with employment-creating activities, such as agricultural workshops, low-emission brick-making, establishing fast-growing fuel-wood plantations and ecotourism.

Project benefits:

  • 97,000 locals have been helped, incl 2,388 students who received school subsidies.
  • Over 785,000 hectares of land have been conserved.
  • 8,488,075 litres of clean water have been provided by 65 boreholes.
  • Annually, 1,730,800 greenhouse gas emissions are prevented.
Indonesian Run-of-River Hydro Projects

In order to preserve Sumatra’s rich fauna and flora and to generate clean energy to meet the country’s growing demand for energy, two run-of-river hydro projects have been built in Indonesia. Using natural height differences instead of dams, the hydro plants maintain agricultural and ecological balance. In addition, reforestation programs in each catchment area further minimise harm to the environment and fund various projects benefitting the community.

Project benefits:

  • Over 1 million tonnes of CO2 is reduced annually.
  • 77 jobs have been created across both plants, complete with crucial healthcare benefits.
  • New roads, bridges, clean public toilets and a market have been built. Finally, a local school has been renovated and a local orphanage funded thanks to the project.
Breathing Space Project

Breathing Space involves the dissemination of 300,000 durable, affordable and clean energy cookstoves. The project helps families breathe healthier air and spend less time and money on cooking fuel. This places a smaller demand on forests, and emits fewer greenhouse gases, as well as creating a sustainable channel of market distribution.

Project benefits:

  • 1.2 million people have benefitted from the distribution of 300,000 cookstoves so far.
  • Local women are able to work self-sufficiently.
  • Indoor air is improved and deforestation decreases.