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Ecuador: creating virtuous synergies to safeguard Amazonia

From 4 to 16 March 2021, Stéphane Hallaire, founder and President of Reforest'Action, and Marc Palahi, Director of the European Forest Institute and President of the Circular Bioeconomy Alliance (CBA), travelled to Ecuador to meet indigenous people living in the Amazon as well as representatives of the Ecuadorian government. Their goal? To move towards a common approach to help save the Amazon rainforest.

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Amazon: Reforest'Action finances the development of edible forests among traditional populations

After an initial phase of setting up nurseries and identifying plots of land to be reforested, the Brazilian reforestation project financed by Reforest'Action and led in the field by the NGO Rioterra continued with the planting of 250,000 trees of 34 different native species, between December 2020 and February 2021, in 5 deforested and abandoned plots of land within the protected reserve of Rio Preto Jacundá.

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Brazil: reforestation of protected reserves in Amazonia

In Brazil, our project continues in new plantation areas in the state of Rondônia. The objective: to involve the traditional populations of protected reserves in the creation of edible forests by guaranteeing them access to these resources. The planting of more than 250,000 trees began in December and will continue in the coming weeks on formerly burnt or degraded pastures.

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Companies can save the Amazon: Stéphane Hallaire's opinion column

The figures are indisputable: deforestation continues to accelerate worldwide, particularly in Brazil, where 20% of the Amazonian forest has already been destroyed. For Stéphane Hallaire, President of Reforest'Action, companies have the extraordinary capacity, interest and historical responsibility to become the main financial backers of global reforestation. He expresses this in this opinion column published in Les Echos, France's leading business daily newspaper, on 5 August 2020.

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Brazil : the results of our Amazon reforestation project

Since September 2019, we have been supporting the reforestation of the Amazon rainforest alongside our Brazilian partner Rioterra. The first part of our project, anchored in the Porto Velho region, was completed last spring, and our goal of 120,000 trees planted on more than 100 hectares was successfully achieved. We will continue to develop our project in new areas of the Brazilian Amazon in the coming months.

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In Brazil, local communities reduce deforestation through agroforestry

Together with the NGO Rioterra, Reforest’Action operates in the state of Rondônia, the most impacted by deforestation in the Amazon. The objective is to reduce deforestation through agroforestry as well as to restore segments of previously degraded forests. Between September and December 2019, up to 35.000 trees were planted on the spot by the local communities.

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In Peru, local communities develop agroforestry in the Amazon rainforest

Since 2016, Reforest'Action has been involved alongside the Urku Centre, an Amazonian research institute located in Tarapoto. The project aims to plant trees of various species in agroforestry in the Amazon rainforest. Discover the news of the last few months about our project!

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Reforest'Action in Peru: hope for the Amazon

In the Peruvian region of San Martin, Reforest'Action is restoring the Amazonian forest. Orlando Amacifuén is participating in our reforestation project. Discover his testimonial in video!

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