Climate change is undeniable. It's up to all of us to make the effort to preserve
the environment. That's why we're launching the Green Footprint Project: a campaign to
help people better understand their impact on the world.
to show your love and support for Planet Earth.
Use an eco-bag
More than 131
from making one
10% of our inbox
emission by a
Use a tumbler
At least 17 times
Take the stairs
up to 6.5 kg of
in a year
Over one paper
receipt a day
Turn lights off
five lights can
400kg of carbon
emission in a year
Bring a packed
lunches can reduce
0.01kg in a year
Turn off video
3.2kg per hour
Take a picture of yourself taking
part in one of the simple activities.
Upload the picture from your
smartphone or PC.
One tree will be planted in
your name for each participation.
To prevent your image from being cropped, please upload images
with a 1:1 aspect ratio (275px X 275px recommended).
Your submission will be published in the archive section of the main page within 24 hours.
Please note that photos deemed inappropriate will not be published.
Participants will have a tree planted in their name at the eighth
“Hanwha Solar Forest” in 2021.
Hanwha Solar Forest is a global campaign that aims to combat climate change,
air pollution, and desertification by replanting forests lost to logging and land clearing. To date, more than 500,000 trees
have been planted on 133 million square meters of land in Mongolia, China, and Korea.
For Further inquiries, please contact email@example.com
File upload must be less than 4MB.
Image must be in JPG or PNG file format.
Please fill out all required fields.
Thank you for participating in the Green Footprint Project.
Your submission will be published on the campaign page within 24 hours upon administrator approval.
Please check the box to confirm your participation in this campaign.
Thank you for your interest in the
Green Footprint Project.
However, we are no longer accepting submissions as the campaign ended on March 16, 2021.
We hope you will continue your efforts
to help reduce your carbon footprint.