This project, certified by the United Nations, involves the regeneration of degraded lands through reforestation activities. These lands are owned by poor farmers and tribal communities in India which do not have the capacity to replant without external financial support and technical guidance. The project covers about 15,000 hectares of land owned by 12,000 farmers.
Corals are a key element in the balance of marine ecosystems. It is currently estimated that more than 30% of the coral cover has been lost due to the White Syndrome disease, an amount comparable to the deterioration suffered by the coral reefs over the last 40 years. As a drastic and urgent response to this unavoidable problem, we will create the Noah's Ark of the Corals, a germplasm bank for the protection of scleractinian coral species in the Mexican Caribbean.
The Ginger farm project in Côte d'Ivoire will provide employment for more than 2,000 women in the country, recovering degraded areas all around, and providing a decent livelihood for them and their families. The eradication of poverty is a commitment aligned with the protection of the planet in order to safeguard the survival of all living beings. The project will be developed over the course of 5 years and will be carried out by the R20 Organization.