Reforest'Action is now supporting its first reforestation project in Romania, located in the village of Bobâlna. 20,000 trees have been planted on 5 hectares to generate environmental and social benefits, while creating local social bonds.
In the Eastern Cape of South Africa, intensive farming has severely impacted the surrounding ecosystems and biodiversity. Over the last decades, approximately 80% of the 1.5 million ha of spekboom thicket has been degraded. To address spekboom thicket degradation, restoration programmes are being implemented more frequently within the province.
After a first edition in 2021, the Global Forest Summit will be held on March 24. Co-organized by Reforest'Action and the Open Diplomacy Institute, and with a ten-year ambition, it will bring together all stakeholders to monitor the main global forest trends by 2030 and encourage action.
Located in the Andean Cordillera, this project of silvopastoralism and forest restoration is managed by Impulso Verde, with the financial support of Reforest’Action.
Several months after the launch of this project aimed at restoring the mountain ecosystems of the department of Nariño, it is now clear that the actions undertaken have environmental as well as socio-economic impacts.
In China, Reforest'Action is supporting a forest landscape restoration project seeking to fight the desertification of degraded wastelands. To this day, 787,000 trees have been planted in the wastelands surrounding the Hulunbuir and Chifeng municipalities.
From September 3rd to 11th, the last edition of the IUCN world congress took place in Marseille. This key international event gathered thousands of actors of nature conservation, ahead of the COPs. Over two days, Reforest’Action contributed to the global dialogue on the restoration of forests.
By becoming a member of the European Forest Institute, Reforest'Action intends to strengthen its dialogue with a variety of European forest stakeholders, including scientists. The aim is to continue to expand its work on the continent in the areas of forest restoration, afforestation and urban forests.
The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration will be officially launched on June 5th 2021 during World Environment Day. On this occasion, Reforest’Action is taking a closer look at this initiative which contributes to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.