Aldi Ireland is doing its part for the environment and sustainability: The supermarket group has committed to planting 1 million native Irish woodland trees over the next four years. Aldi Ireland is partnering with the country’s Department of Agriculture’s Woodland Environment Fund (WEF). The government’s ambitious target is to plant 22 million trees per year until 2040, removing 160,000 tons of carbon emissions over a 100-year period. Aldi is stepping up in other sustainability related areas too. it has been carbon-neutral since 2019, is reducing plastic in its stores, replacing unrecyclable materials and soon will be powered by 100 percent green electricity.