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Builder Online Publishes One Tree Pledge: Ziman Development Offers Builders an Easy Way to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Builder Online Publishes One Tree Pledge: Ziman Development Offers Builders an Easy Way to Reduce Carbon Emissions

BUILDER ONLINE – This year on Earth Day, six weeks into the COVID-19 quarantine and lockdown, Michael Ziman, president and CEO of New Jersey–based Ziman Development, witnessed satellite photos of the Himalayan Mountains taken from over 100 miles away. The site had not been viewed from that distance in over 30 years due to smog and pollution, and Ziman walked away inspired to help the environment and become carbon neutral in his business.

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REALTOR Magazine Publishes Carbon Emissions Article: Builder Urges ‘One Tree Pledge’ for All New Developments

REALTOR Magazine Publishes Carbon Emissions Article: Builder Urges ‘One Tree Pledge’ for All New Developments

REALTOR Magazine (Nov. 6th 2020) – Trees can help to minimize the effects of carbon emissions, and one Northeast builder says it will plant more trees around new development—and is urging other developers nationwide to follow suit. Michael Ziman, president and CEO of Ziman Development, based in New Jersey, has launched One Tree Pledge, a sustainability program to help residential and commercial construction companies negate emissions associated with buildings.

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Michael Ziman Launches ONE TREE PLEDGE Offering Builders an Easy, Affordable, Sustainable Way to Go Green

Michael Ziman Launches ONE TREE PLEDGE Offering Builders an Easy, Affordable, Sustainable Way to Go Green

Michael Ziman, President & CEO of New Jersey-based Ziman Development announces the launch of One Tree Pledge, a sustainability program designed to help residential and commercial construction companies negate carbon emissions associated with home dwelling. In a unique partnership with American Forests, Ziman is encouraging builders nationwide to make the One Tree Pledge, agreeing to plant one tree for every one square foot of housing built.

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