Le jour du départ, chaque voyageur se voit remettre un petit flyer (sur papier recyclé et recyclable, bien sûr !) : en scannant le QR code, celui-ci pourra planter son propre arbre et ainsi contribuer personnellement à la restauration des forêts.
News from the field
In India, the forest-based circular bioeconomy generates socio-economic benefits for the populationDeveloped within the framework of the Circular Bioeconomy Alliance established by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, the Assam Living Lab project in India aims to restore degraded forests in the
Restoring forests in the Eastern Himalayas and developing agroforestry The Indian state of Assam is located at the eastern end of India, between Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh. This eastern Himalayan region has lost 10% of its forest cover since the 2000s due to the increasing conversi
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