Acer for Education Forest
 
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Let’s grow greener future together

Dedicated to schools and teachers who believe in a more sustainable future for our planet,
the Acer for Education Forest is another example of our full commitment to a greener tomorrow.
Let’s grow a Forest together!

Sign up FOR FREE and we’ll plant a tree in your school name!

REEDEM YOUR TREE NOW

Your tree is part of an unfolding story. Follow it!

Planting a tree is a sustainable choice for everyone and a gift to our planet! Our forest will grow, absorb CO2, contribute to biodiversity and support local farmers! Connect with your tree's Diary and get periodical updates from Treedom!

Explore our Forest
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Saving the planet isn’t easy – but together – it’s possible.

  • 45_

    less energy use1 by 2025

  • 100_

    renewable electricity by 2035

  • 50_

    carbon reduction2 by 2030

Green by design

Our commitment begins with our products.

  • Sustainable Materials

    Sustainable Materials

    Up to 30% of Post-Consumer Recycled plastics in the chassis - Recycled OceanGlass™ touchpads on selected devices - Printing realised with green chemistry

  • Eco_Certifications

    Eco Certifications

    Our products come with the most prestigious energy-efficient certifications.

  • Green_Packaging

    Green Packaging

    100% sustainable packaging – including recycled EPE and moulded-pulp.

  • Recyclability

    Recyclability

    Our products last longer and are more easily recycled, while our recycling programs give end-of-life devices a new purpose.

  • Repairability

    Repairability

    Standard screws and Easy Fix keyboards facilitate reparation and reduce unnecessary waste.

Keep on innovating with Acer for Education

Stay current with the latest EdTech trends, discover innovative solutions for schools, update your skills and more!

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2. Compared with the baseline year of 2019