A former student of Professor Miyawaki, Shubhendu Sharma continues his work today. We exchanged with him about the famous Miyawaki method, which now allows Reforest'Action to create primitive forests in our cities. Discover his new interview!
Reforest’Action publishes today “Notre Avenir S’appelle Forêt” (Our Future is Named Forest), the first report that thoroughly analyses the ecological, economic and social issues of French forests during the 21st century and suggests answers to these challenges: the renewal of forests based on forest diversity as an ally.
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.
"Give me a tree and I will save the world" says Francis Hallé, one of the greatest biologists of our century, who dedicated his life to the knowledge and defence of trees. Portrait of the conqueror of canopies, who designed an extraordinary device to study them better: the Canopy Raft.
Master of the art of growing wild forests in less than 30 years, the most famous Japanese botanist in the world tirelessly pursues his goal of restoring forests as they were at the origin of the world before the intervention of man.