Our partners

AFD

The AFD (French Development Agency), a public organisation at the centre of the French system of public aid for developing countries and Overseas Territories, is one of the partners of the 7 billion Others project.

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Air France

Air France, the leading French airline, aims to be an industry benchmark in sustainable development. Since 2007, Air France has been offering its customers the chance to offset the carbon emissions related to their air travel by supporting the Foundation’s Carbon Action programme.

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Akuo

Akuo, a company specialising in renewable energy, aligned itself with the GoodPlanet Foundation’s cause in 2013 to build a bioclimatic school in Morocco. Established in France, the Akuo Foundation operates internationally through projects on four continents, adapting to the local context in each case and proposing appropriate solutions.

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Antargaz

Antargaz, France’s leading distributor of natural gas, has supported the GoodPlanet Foundation and its Carbon Action programme since September 2008, exclusively funding the first Carbon Action project in France.

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ARTEPRINT

Nature-friendly printer, Imprim’vert’ certified with vegetable inks, PEFC and FSC-certified, biodegradable coating, ISO 14001, ArtePrint also wants to support its customers in their sustainable development policy, by calculating the carbon footprint of all their printings and offering the possibility to its principals to offset their GHGs. Member of the Global Compact, actively and financially supporting several associations, ArtePrint is committed in terms of CSR. In 2008, ArtePrint signed a sponsorship agreement with GoodPlanet. It offsets its greenhouse emissions  United Carbon Action.

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Biens à Nantes

For two years, the real estate office Biens à Nantes will compensates its greenhouse gas emissions for every property sold through its commitments to the United Carbon Action programme of the GoodPlanet Foundation. In order to make the future look like us!

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Blachère Illumination

At Blachère Illumination, sustainable development is achieved through daily actions and is part of a global vision. The company has been assessing its carbon footprint since 2009 and has clear targets to improve it.

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Brandt

Founded by Edgar Brandt in 1924, Brandt is a French electrical appliances brand within the Fagor Group. Brandt is a partner in the GoodPlanet Foundation’s Carbon Action programme.

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Coca-Cola

Preserving the environment, managing natural resources responsibly and helping to reduce polluting emissions are central to the policy of Coca-Cola France, the leading soft drinks distributor in France. This is a commitment that is also evident from its support of the GoodPlanet Foundation’s Carbon Action programme.

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Colas

World leader in road building and maintenance, Colas Life supports the “On the Way to School” operation, headed up by the GoodPlanet Foundation.

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Communauté de Communes de l’Ouest de la Plaine de France

Created in 2002, the Communauté de Communes de l’Ouest de la Plaine de France (CCOPF – Community of Communes of Western Plaine de France) is a public institution for intermunicipal cooperation. It provides support to the GoodPlanet Foundation, and more specifically to the building of a school in Haiti, through the United (Solidaire) GoodPlanet programme.

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Cortal Consors

A partner of GoodPlanet since it was created in 2005, Cortal Consors, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, is a leading European broker in personal investment and online trading. The Cortal Consors bank has subsequently shown its commitment to the fight against climate change by supporting 5 projects in the Carbon Action programme. Cortal Consors is also one of the many clients of the GoodPlanet Foundation’s CSR Division; we calculated its carbon footprint in 2007.

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French Global Environment Facility

The goal of the FFEM (Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial – French Global Environment Facility) is to protect the environment in developing countries. It is a vehicle for strengthening the ecological aspect of French action internationally. The FFEM is directly involved with ecology through the activities of the GoodPlanet Foundation’s Carbon Action programme, such as the household waste recycling projects in Lomé (Togo).

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Groupe Ortin 96

Ortin 96 group, through its concessions Latitude 96 Honda, specialises in the sale and the monitoring of motorcycles and scooters. Aware of the greenhouse gas emissions generated by the sale of its vehicles, Ortin 96 Group supports the GoodPlanet Foundation through the forest rehabilitation project in Colombia carried out by United Carbon Action programme.

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Ile-de-France Region

The Ile-de-France Region supports the GoodPlanet Foundation and demonstrates its commitment with sustainable development strategies, supporting the field projects of the Carbon Action Division.

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Linkbynet

Linkbynet is an IT facilities management and hosting company, a socially responsible organisation that offers its customers innovative solutions enabling them to meet the sustainable development goals set by their internal governance. Partners since 2010, Linkbynet and GoodPlanet have initiated a groundbreaking programme of carbon compensation and greenhouse gas reduction as part of the company’s contribution to a greener world.

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Mairie de Domont

The dynamic municipality of Domont is associated with the Foundation and is helping to develop its United GoodPlanet (Solidaire) programme with the building of a bioclimatic school in Haiti.

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Pernod Ricard

Pernod Ricard, global co-leader in wines and spirits, is seeking to become the number 1 in the sector by employing a sustainable growth model. To this end, it committed itself four years ago to the GoodPlanet Foundation’s Carbon Action programme.

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SafeBrands

For 17 years, SafeBrands has been helping companies with the comprehensive management of their domain names. By offering a tailor-made and proximity service and by being flexible and innovative to its customers, SafeBrands supports the GoodPlanet Foundation, and more specifically a forest regeneration project in Colombia. SafeBrands also offsets its greenhouse gas emissions with the United Carbon Action programme.

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Star’s Service

Star’s Service is one of the groups most heavily involved in urban deliveries: leader in the home delivery of perishable goods, but also active in e-trading, as well as specialising in the delivery of emergency and fragile medication and services for local authorities, companies and individuals. It has been committed to the GoodPlanet Foundation cause as part of its Carbon Action programme since 2012.

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Suez Environment Initiatives Fund

The Suez Environment Initiatives Fund (Fonds Suez Environnement Initiatives) takes practical action to promote access to water, sanitation and waste management for disadvantaged populations in developing countries. This commitment is demonstrated by support for the GoodPlanet Foundation’s Carbon Action programme, within the framework of its household waste recycling project in Togo.

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Synergie Solaire

Synergie Solaire is an endowment fund providing energy-related solutions in developing countries to improve their health and education situations. It also helps to ensure their energy independence and stimulate the local economy. In order to take these activities further, Synergie Solaire has joined our cause by funding the building of bioclimatic schools in India (Ladakh).

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Veolia Propreté

The need for increased resource efficiency and the fight against climate change are important issues for Veolia Environmental Services (Veolia Propreté). That is why the company supports the GoodPlanet Foundation’s activities and its objectives and, in particular, the Carbon Action programme.

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