EcoMatcher CEO Bas Fransen (left) with 13-year-old Elodie Lambotte and her orangutan puppet Jack. The teen is calling on companies to protect the environment. Photo: Jonathan Wong
EcoMatcher CEO Bas Fransen (left) with 13-year-old Elodie Lambotte and her orangutan puppet Jack. The teen is calling on companies to protect the environment. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong eco-activist teen works with tree planting company to promote a world where she wakes to the sounds of nature

  • Elodie Lambotte, who created a video in which she and an orangutan puppet ‘talk’ about a greener world, is EcoMatcher’s first honorary youth ambassador
  • The Hong Kong-based firm plants trees worldwide for companies and allows people to plant, gift and track the growth of trees virtually on its digital platform

Topic |   Climate change
EcoMatcher CEO Bas Fransen (left) with 13-year-old Elodie Lambotte and her orangutan puppet Jack. The teen is calling on companies to protect the environment. Photo: Jonathan Wong
EcoMatcher CEO Bas Fransen (left) with 13-year-old Elodie Lambotte and her orangutan puppet Jack. The teen is calling on companies to protect the environment. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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