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Brazil : new planting season within the Center for Bioeconomy and Conservation of the Amazon (CBCA) Since September 2019, Reforest'Action has been supporting the restoration of Amazonian forest cover by funding an ambitious reforestation project in the state of Rondônia, in the southwest of the Amaz
From 2019 to 2021: review of three years of action The project started in September 2019 pursued two main objectives, articulated around two distinct components. Let's look back at the first three years of the project and the benefits generated. Component 1: Developing agroforestry
Haïti : supporting ecosystem restoration and raising awareness on land degradationAs part of its reforestation programmes, the Agrinotech association is currently running two projects in the locality of Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye. The first phase, conducted in 2020, and the second,
Contributing to the national policy against land degradation Over the last 20 years, the vegetation cover in Haiti has decreased by 8.7%, due to trees cuttings to meet the population’s energy needs. Today, the rate of forest cover in the country is 2%, all types of forests combined (mangroves