In Haiti, the economic situation remains severely deteriorated following Hurricane Matthew in September 2016. Destroyed largely by the disaster, the cocoa trees did not produce beans for eighteen consecutive months. At the beginning of May, the first harvest since the hurricane finally took place.
In Madagascar, Reforest'Action has been working since April 2018 with the association Generation Masoala to maintain the community nursery in Ambatobe. The objective? Reforest affected plots and provide the population with tree seedlings with consumable, exploitable and marketable resources. Discover the latest project news!
For the first time in Europe, more than 15 different species have been planted in urban areas thanks to the incredible method of Professor Miyawaki this Tuesday, April 24. This technique, applied by our partner Urban Forests, makes it possible to reconstitute a wild forest comparable to a centenary ecosystem in less than ten years.
Planting trees along the beach, a few cables from Venice, to help protect the lagoon and develop biodiversity: this is the beautiful project we were able to carry out this month thanks to funding from our partner Carbon Footprint and their clients.