Reforestation Projects - Why Plant Trees?
Planting trees generates a huge positive impact on the ecosystem:
- Trees make a huge contribution in the fight against climate change; they absorb carbon, removing CO2 from the atmosphere and storing it while releasing oxygen back into the air.
- Trees help to restore biodiversity; wildlife use trees for food, shelter, nesting, and mating.
- Trees prevent soil erosion and desertification while improving soil fertility.
- Trees help prevent water pollution; forests provide natural filtration by processing water and making it cleaner.
We work with academic advisors to improve the standards of our work approach. Each new tree is helping the research on forests, climate change and community development.
Our first reforestation project in Madagascar is contributing to feed the scientific community with data on carbon absorption in the eastern part of the country.
We are always considering new ways to help the scientific community on data collecting and research.