Our journey to Reconciliation

We're proud to unveil Carbon Neutral’s inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), marking a significant milestone in our commitment to reconciliation with First Nations Australians. This initiative isn't just about corporate responsibility—it's a deeply personal journey for us. We recognise that now, more than ever, reconciliation is not just important but vital.

At Carbon Neutral, our mission extends beyond mere sustainability; it’s about revitalising, protecting, and fostering connections with the landscapes that define our nation. Over the past two decades, we’ve had the privilege of partnering with thousands of dedicated individuals and organisations, collectively working towards reforestation and addressing the climate crisis.

Through this journey, we’ve learned that the essence of Australia is intertwined with the traditions and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. For millennia, First Peoples have served as stewards of our land, preserving ancient knowledge and wisdom. We’re honoured to play a role in the ongoing process of healing and understanding.

We hold the wisdom and leadership of First Nations Australians in high regard, as they guide us towards reconciliation. As we embark on this Reconciliation Action Plan, we’re excited about the collaborative opportunities it presents. The connection to country is fundamental to the wellbeing of our First Nations peoples, offering invaluable lessons in caring for our land.

Looking ahead, we’re fully committed to immersing ourselves in this reconciliation journey. We invite everyone to join us in this meaningful endeavour. Together, we can foster mutual respect, acknowledge our shared history, and co-create a future that benefits us all.

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