From Senegal to Uganda via France, Spain and the United States, we’re taking practical steps to protect endangered plant species. How? By planting 10,000 desert date palms a year in Senegal to combat desertification, and by enabling schoolchildren in France and Madagascar to replant 3,000 trees near their homes to make them aware of their ability to do something for the planet. Interested? Find out more about our projects below.

Project type
Ancestral knowledge to the rescue for indigenous plants
Easter Island – Chile
Easter Island – Chile
Nestled on the edge of the South Pacific, Easter Island (or Rapa Nui, literally “Big Rapa” in the native language) has alwa...
The return of a primary forest in Europe
Millions of trees to ensure Taiwan’s future
To stem the loss of its territory, the island of Taiwan has turned to an old ally as powerful as they are natural... trees....
Making the Australian rainforest a sanctuary
Making the Australian rainforest a sanctuary
The Daintree rainforest, along the coast of Queensland in north-east Australia, is one of the last remnants of the immense ...
Ridding the St. Lawrence of plastic pollution
St Laurent, canada
Preserving biodiversity in Wallonia, one reserve at a time
Chemin forestier en Belgique
Close to the fortress of Charlemont near Givet, along the French border at the southern edge of the Walloon region, the Baq...
Getting botanists to talk
Getting botanists to talk
Supporting the botanical congresses of the Société Botanique d'Occitanie.