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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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Monchique : 60 115 trees planted following a wildfire

In the recent years, summer fires have been destroying the forests of Portugal, when temperatures are extreme. To mitigate the dramatic consequences of these natural disasters, Reforest'Action contributes to the reforestation of the areas ravaged by wildfires.

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Oregon: reforesting the forestland after a wildfire

In Oregon, a forest destoyed in 2018 by a wildfire was reforested in the spring of 2021. This initiative, supported by Hennessy, is designed to encourage the return of vegetation and the creation of habitats for the local wildlife.

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Why is California burning?

Since October, forest fires are multiplying in California. Reforest'Action looks back on this huge human and ecological disaster.

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