3 764 821Trees planted

The OECD recognizes that its activities can impact the environment, sustainable use of natural resources and public health and safety. Therefore, we are committed to limit the environmental impact of our work in a manner consistent with the wider goals of green growth and sustainable development. In line with the spirit of the 2015 Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the OECD is committed to climate, forests restauration and biodiversity preservation, by planting at least one tree per staff member in a forest of the Paris area in 2016.

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3 952 trees

planted by OECD in her/his forest

Benefits created by the trees already planted

  • Climate 3 924 635 km by car offsetted

  • Biodiversity 11 854 shelters for animals created

  • Health 15 808 months of oxygen generated

  • Employment 3 952 hour(s) of work created

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They take part to the plantation

Number of Reforest'actors :279

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News from the field


Reforest'Action in Peru: hope for the AmazonIn the Peruvian region of San Martin, Reforest'Action is restoring the Amazonian forest. Orlando Amacifuén is participating in our reforestation project. Discover his testimonial in video!

Between July 2016 and August 2017, 6624 km2 of forests were destroyed in the Amazon. If nothing changes, the Peruvian region of San Martin could lose most of its forests by 2050, and with them the natural foundations the province needs to ensure the well-being of its people. Facing the urgency of

20 000 cocoa trees to rebuild HaitiSeveral hurricanes hit the Caribbean in September, and Haiti continues to rebuild itself, one year after hurricane Matthew. More than 20,000 young cocoa shoots were distributed this month to the Anse

Several hurricanes hit the Caribbean in September, and Haiti continues to rebuild itself, one year after hurricane Matthew. More than 20,000 young cocoa shoots were distributed this month to the Anse d'Hainault and Dame Marie families by our partner in the field, Kaléos. Take a look with us back.

Photos of the projects