Orange Learn Partners with Global Deforestation Initiative

By
Michael Raine
on
May 31, 2022
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Orange Learn (part of Orange Amplification), a global music education provider focused on the use of sustainable learning and assessment methods, has announced a partnership with One Tree Planted who are working to restore forests and rebuild habitat globally. For every course purchased, Orange Learn will plant one tree.

“Sustainability and environmental awareness is at the very heart of what we do at Orange Learn,” says Cliff Cooper, founder of Orange Amplification. ”Our revolutionary approach to learning music and taking exams online was deliberately developed to help reduce carbon emissions and paper wastage. We are always looking for ways to deepen our commitment to sustainability and our partnership with One Tree Planted is one of many ways we plan to join the global effort to protect our planet.”

The objectives of this new partnership include: raising awareness of deforestation and habitat loss; supporting a key global reforestation initiative; and giving Orange customers an opportunity to further contribute to sustainability as they learn.

This partnership is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to global reforestation and a sustainable future. For every music course purchased from Orange Learn’s website, Orange Learn will donate one dollar USD to“One Tree Planted” to plant one tree. The trees are planted by local partner organizations and community volunteers in areas where there has been deforestation.

To learn more about this partnership, go to www.orangelearn.com/one-tree-planted.

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Michael Raine

Michael Raine is the Editor-In-Chief at NWC, publisher of Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, Professional Lighting & Production, and Canadian Music Trade magazines. He is also a co-host of the popular Canadian Musician Podcast. Michael has extensively covered nearly all aspects of the Canadian music business, as well as the pro audio, musical products, and the lighting and production industries.