Welcome to our new partner, Tribal Data. The app that plants trees!

What is the Tribaldata App?
The Tribaldata app is the first app that allows us to turn the advertising value of our user data into planting trees! 

Download the App Now!  It is presently available in Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden.

When you surf the net, you are constantly sharing valuable data that belongs to you.  As a matter of fact, every time you use an app or visit any website, marketable information is being compiled about you, your tastes, purchasing behavior, lifestyle, etc.

With Tribaldata, this value doesn’t get lost. Instead, it gets transformed into points.  These points are used for good actions – like planting trees!

By planting trees, you reduce your digital carbon footprint generated using the internet. This means that you are contributing to a more sustainable world effortlessly, without spending a penny, and without giving up on any of your online hobbies, interests, or social interactions.

This is what we call “Good Data”

What kind of trees are being planted?
Mangrove trees (Avicennia marina).

Where are the trees planted?
Trees are planted in Besalampy, Madagascar.

Who plants the trees?
Local workers from impacted villages in Madagascar, in collaboration with Eden Reforestation Projects

Where does the money come from to plant the trees?
Tribadata sells the user’s data in an ethical way to advertising companies. A portion of the profit is donated to tree planting in Madagascar, in collaboration with the Eden Reforestation Projects.

When you download the Tribal Data app from THIS LINK, the trees you plant with your user data will be recorded on the Global Tree Initiative universal map.

Learn more about Tribal Data by visiting their website

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