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Participation of Stéphane Hallaire, President and Founder of Reforest'Action, at an event organized by His Majesty King Charles III in favor of biodiversity

In 2023, His Majesty King Charles III has committed to dedicate a year of action to climate and biodiversity. Stéphane Hallaire, as President and Founder of Reforest'Action, was invited to a first reception in favor of global biodiversity at Buckingham Palace in London. This represented an opportunity to meet with project leaders and international leaders. He also took part in a round table discussion to encourage concrete action by the private sector in favor of nature.

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CBA - King Charles - Stéphane Hallaire - biodiversity - climate change - forest

1999 storms: How Lothar and Martin damaged Western European forests

"Martin" and "Lothar", the devastating storms of 1999 wreaked havoc on European soils. From December 24 to 28, powerful winds approaching 180km/h blew over France, affecting 6% of the French forest.

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1999 storms - Martin - Lothar - climatic hazards - climate change

Foulksmills : renewing an old field by planting a forest

South-east of Ireland, in the town Foulksmills, this 4,32-hectare old field had lost its environmental value. Replanting it with diverse species will help restore its ecological functions.

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old field - tree planting - Ireland - Foulksmills - biodiversity - revalorisation - climate change

Amazonia, Siberia, Indonesia, Boreal regions… Understanding the different types of fires

Over the recent years, forest fires have been multiplying all over the world, causing major damages for biodiversity and Humankind. According to a study published in 2016 by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), scientists discovered - for the first time - a link between the rise of temperatures and the increase of fires frequency and intensity in the American Wild West. In 2019, the European Union's Earth observation programme Copernicus estimated that an average 11 hectares of land were burnt every second in the world..

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fire - wildfire - climate change

The forest, natural climate solution #1!

Nature alone is able to reduce 37% of CO2 emissions by 2030, according to an American study. And among these natural climatic solutions, the forest holds the first place!

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natural climate solution - forest - nature - CO2 - climate change