North of Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece, the Aronas forest covers more than 1000 hectares. A massif that is precious to ecosystems and biodiversity, where a planting and an assisted natural regeneration project is taking place.
If changing our habits is necessary to preserve our forests, it is also as essential to restore and extend them. Participating in reforestation projects means, first of all, helping to meet the main global challenges that will shape the future of humanity : climate change and the erosion of biodiversity.
For its 25th anniversary, the famous train linking Paris to London is reinforcing its environmental commitment with a series of measures aimed in particular at reforesting European forests with Reforest'Action.
A former student of Professor Miyawaki, Shubhendu Sharma continues his work today. We exchanged with him about the famous Miyawaki method, which now allows Reforest'Action to create primitive forests in our cities. Discover his new interview!
The year 2018, rich in events and transformations, is coming to an end. The opportunity for the Reforest'Action team to take you on a journey of (re)discovery of our highlights... And to wish you a wonderful 2019!
After the planting period during which 4000 mangroves took root in North Sumatra between autumn 2017 and winter 2018, our partner Yagasu spent the rest of the year with the local population maintaining the trees planted. Discover pictures of your young shoots!
After having participated in the development of a first plantation project on Haitian territory, Reforest'Action continues its commitment in Haiti with the local association OJUCAH. Stéphane Hallaire, founder of Reforest'Action, has been on the field to introduce you to our new project.