21 829 893Trees planted

Le navigateur Kito de Pavant donne une dimension environnementale à ses aventures au large en s’engageant pour la forêt. Accompagné par ses partenaires et son équipe Made in Midi, il naviguera cette année sous les couleurs de Reforest’Action.

 

Avec la Transat Jacques Vabre en ligne de mire, le skipper occitan s'est donné pour objectif de sensibiliser un maximum d'entreprises et de citoyens aux enjeux et aux bénéfices des forêts, et de leur permettre d'agir de manière concrète grâce à cette page dédiée et son partenariat avec Reforest'Action.

 

A vous de jouer : cliquez sur les arbres pour découvrir les projets forestiers sélectionnés par Kito et apportez votre soutien à ces projets ! 

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They take part to the projects

Number of Reforest'actors :15

Description

Reforest'Action et Kito vous proposent, citoyens comme entreprises, de contribuer au financement de deux projets forestiers, l'un en Guinée et l'autre au Brésil.

Grâce à la méthode de crowdplanting que propose Reforest'Action, nous pouvons chacun apporter notre pierre à l'édifice. Ensemble, soutenons la restauration de forêts dégradées et le développement socio-économique de populations locales ! 

News from the field


News from our agroforestry and forest ecosystem restoration project in BrazilLaunched in 2019, this project funded by Reforest’Action seeks to fight deforestation, restore degraded ecosystems and develop edible forests in the heart of the Rondônia state.

The work that has been undertaken concerns two distinct areas:  Private plots where trees have been planted in agroforestry since 2019 A 260-hectare plot within the 90,000-hectare Rio Preto Jacundá protected reserve. The trees that have been introduced there since 2021 in order

Throwback to the 2021 planting season in GuineaIn Lower Guinea, within the Boffa area, located west of the country, the reforestation project within natural forests goes on, despite a difficult sanitary context.

Since the beginning of the planting season, 160 416 plants were produced within local nurseries by NGO RENASCEDD, Reforest’Action’s technical partner on the field, based in Conakry. An encouraging number, considering the COVID-19 crisis that has been raging for more than a year. In spite of the

Photos of the projects