Avec plus de 120 dépôts en France, Brico Dépôt est depuis plus de 25 ans un acteur de référence de l’amélioration de la maison. Simplicité, convivialité, pragmatisme et efficience caractérisent la culture Brico Dépôt !
Appartenant au groupe Kingfisher, associé à Rainforest Alliance en tant que membre fondateur de son initiative Forest Allies, nous nous sommes engagés à devenir une entreprise responsable afin d’avoir un impact positif sur le quotidien de nos clients, nos collaborateurs, nos communautés et la planète. Le groupe Kingfisher s’engage à s’approvisionner uniquement en bois et en papier provenant à 100 % de sources responsables. Ce partenariat est un élément clé de notre engagement pour devenir « Forest Positive ».
With more than 120 locations in France, Brico Dépôt has been a key player in home improvement for more than 25 years
Simplicity, conviviality, pragmatism and efficiency, characterize the Brico Dépôt culture!
As part of the Kingfisher Group, we have partnered with the Rainforest Alliance as a founding member of its Forest Allies initiative, we are committed to becoming a responsible company in order to have a positive impact on the daily lives of our customers, our employees, our communities and the planet. The Kingfisher Group is committed to sourcing only 100% responsibly sourced wood and paper. This partnership is a key part of our commitment to becoming Forest Positive.
News from the field
Northern Peru: agroforestry to revive the PachamamaIn northern Peru, deforestation and natural disasters have weakened Mother Earth, goddess of the Inca descendants, the Kichwas. Due to the lack of fertility, local farmers abandoned their lands, which
The Peruvian Mother Earth is mourning for her fertility Located northeast of Peru, in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, the San Martín department is one of the twenty-four state divisions. Covering more than five million hectares, its once fertile lands have been converted into crops a
An overview of the projects supported by Reforest'Action in PeruEnd of 2021, our team went to monitor the 3 projects supported by Reforest'Action in Peru, but also to meet the partners who implement them on the field. Report in Tarapoto, Lamas and Piura.
In Peru, more than one million hectares of forest have disappeared in 15 years. In this country, that contains 13% of the Amazonian Forest, trees are essential to the health of unique tropical ecosystems, to the survival of a rare and often threatened biodiversity but also to the subsistence of mill