One hour from Paris, the Domaine de Chantilly offers an exceptional natural setting and a heritage steeped in history. Unfortunately, its forest is currently in danger. A large-scale reforestation project is taking place in order to rescue it.
In the Dordogne region, south-west of France, the Saint-Geyrac forest has come back to life after two difficult decades. The reforestation project conducted during winter 2020-2021 led to the planting of more than 19,000 trees on 16 damaged plots.
The Low Carbon Label and Reforest'Local are the two solutions for companies wishing to offset their CO2 emissions while taking action in France. What does each mechanism offer and what are the advantages that distinguish them? Deciphering.
Reforest’Action publishes today “Notre Avenir S’appelle Forêt” (Our Future is Named Forest), the first report that thoroughly analyses the ecological, economic and social issues of French forests during the 21st century and suggests answers to these challenges: the renewal of forests based on forest diversity as an ally.
Reforest'Action has created Reforest'Local, an innovative carbon offsetting solution with a positive local impact that combines labelled international carbon credits with the planting of trees in France. Through this unusual mechanism, the company can generate co-benefits for its territory and its stakeholders.
A new website, a growing Green Team, new offices, new planting projects all over the world, an extra million trees planted in a year... As this eventful year is already behind us, (re)discover our highlights!