Reforestation project

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INDIA, PANNUR

The CHHASE project combines the aim of environmental sustainability with the social mission of providing education in one of the most rural areas of the Tamil Nadu region, near the village of Pannur. The planting process takes place in the surroundings of the village and each group of trees is assigned to the care of a class of young students from the local primary schools. The children/youngsters are thus educated on the importance of environmental issues, as well as learning the concepts of patience and perseverance necessary to achieve tangible results, growing humanly and physically over the years in parallel with their trees.

INDIA,

PANNUR

The CHHASE project combines the aim of environmental sustainability with the social mission of providing education in one of the most rural areas of the Tamil Nadu region, near the village of Pannur. The planting process takes place in the surroundings of the village and each group of trees is assigned to the care of a class of young students from the local primary schools. The children/youngsters are thus educated on the importance of environmental issues, as well as learning the concepts of patience and perseverance necessary to achieve tangible results, growing humanly and physically over the years in parallel with their trees.

ITALIA, MILANO

The Parco Nord is an oasis of 102 hectares in the northern part of Milan and represents an immense source of oxygen for the metropolis. We are particularly proud to support this project within our city: the new trees are planted on the plant-oak model in order to guarantee a perfect integration with the typical ecosystem of the Po Valley. By supporting the project it is possible to directly adopt square meters of park, ensuring the conservation of the environment and its species and donating to all citizens and Milan’s guests a space where nature can thrive untouched.

ITALIA,

MILANO

The Parco Nord is an oasis of 102 hectares in the northern part of Milan and represents an immense source of oxygen for the metropolis. We are particularly proud to support this project within our city: the new trees are planted on the plant-oak model in order to guarantee a perfect integration with the typical ecosystem of the Po Valley. By supporting the project it is possible to directly adopt square meters of park, ensuring the conservation of the environment and its species and donating to all citizens and Milan’s guests a space where nature can thrive untouched.

MADAGASCAR, NOSY MITSIO

Kukula is an Italian non-profit organization that operates in Madagascar promoting virtuous models of growth and sustainable development, based on the enhancement of individuals, local communities and the environment. As part of the Tany Vao project, Kukula will start a reforestation action on the island of Nosy Mitsio, in order to counter the rampant phenomenon of deforestation, which seriously threatens the unique biodiversity of Madagascar.
The trees planted will be mainly fruit trees, so as to provide a means of sustenance for the island’s population and to supplement their diet, which to date is scarce and not very varied.

MADAGASCAR,

NOSY MITSIO

Kukula is an Italian non-profit organization that operates in Madagascar promoting virtuous models of growth and sustainable development, based on the enhancement of individuals, local communities and the environment. As part of the Tany Vao project, Kukula will start a reforestation action on the island of Nosy Mitsio, in order to counter the rampant phenomenon of deforestation, which seriously threatens the unique biodiversity of Madagascar.
The trees planted will be mainly fruit trees, so as to provide a means of sustenance for the island’s population and to supplement their diet, which to date is scarce and not very varied.

AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES

Since more than 100,000 km 2 of surface area burned in 2019, Australia is one of the countries that needs reforestation projects the most and also one of the most effective where to plant: the soil after the passage of a fire is particularly fertile and reforestation projects conducted in these places start a virtuous circle of rebirth of ecosystems that, if conducted and monitored correctly, can take place at almost double the speed compared to normal conditions. For this very reason, reforestation projects are conducted in New South Wales, one of the hardest hit regions. The projects are conducted with particular attention to biodiversity and habitat reconstruction through a systemic vision and long-term objectives.

AUSTRALIA,

NEW SOUTH WALES

Since more than 100,000 km 2 of surface area burned in 2019, Australia is one of the countries that needs reforestation projects the most and also one of the most effective where to plant: the soil after the passage of a fire is particularly fertile and reforestation projects conducted in these places start a virtuous circle of rebirth of ecosystems that, if conducted and monitored correctly, can take place at almost double the speed compared to normal conditions. For this very reason, reforestation projects are conducted in New South Wales, one of the hardest hit regions. The projects are conducted with particular attention to biodiversity and habitat reconstruction through a systemic vision and long-term objectives.

ITALIA, SICILIA

The “Noccioleto Siciliano” project aims to create a eco-friendly and organic orchard, planting 5,000 new hazelnut trees in Sicily near Piana degli Albanesi and Santa Cristina Gela, not far from Palermo. The project will be managed using only eco-sustainable methods: total absence of herbicides and chemical fertilizers, hand pruning, irrigation with solar-powered pump, use of hazelnut shells to produce heat, etc.. The activities such as pruning and harvesting will all be managed with the traditional (non-mechanized) way allowing the creation of new jobs and ensuring not only a positive impact on the environment, but also on the local community.

ITALIA,

SICILIA

The “Noccioleto Siciliano” project aims to create a eco-friendly and organic orchard, planting 5,000 new hazelnut trees in Sicily near Piana degli Albanesi and Santa Cristina Gela, not far from Palermo. The project will be managed using only eco-sustainable methods: total absence of herbicides and chemical fertilizers, hand pruning, irrigation with solar-powered pump, use of hazelnut shells to produce heat, etc.. The activities such as pruning and harvesting will all be managed with the traditional (non-mechanized) way allowing the creation of new jobs and ensuring not only a positive impact on the environment, but also on the local community.

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