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In honor of Earth Day, Gigabyte/Aorus is launching a new campaign called Make Earth Green Again as an extension of the existing Plant-for-the-Planet campaign that aims to plant as many as 1 trillion tree seeds by 2020. The Taiwanese manufacturer has also joined forces with the United Nations Eivornment Programme (UNEP) in hopes of raising awareness of global warming and the rapidly decreasing forests around the world.
When a user purchases a new Gigabyte laptop and registers the product online, the registrant can voluntarily opt in to Plant-for-the-Planet and receive a certificate for his or her contributions.
Gigabyte as a company has always been eco-conscious. According to its press release, the manufacturer has reduced its carbon emissions by 40 percent compared to 2007 levels and its own headquarters building in Taiwan includes a sustainable eco-friendly rooftop. Other manufacturers have also been running eco-friendly programs to reduce waste and emissions including Lenovo and its use of recycled packaging materials or Dell and its campaign to pick up plastic wastes from oceans.
If you have recently purchased or will soon own a Gigabyte laptop, then check out the source below to register the device and learn about the program.
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