Ecological restoration at scale
re.green's goal is to restore one million hectares of tropical ecosystems in Brazil, fostering biodiversity. The forecast is to capture 15 million tons of CO2/year, in addition to sustainably harvesting planted native wood.
re.green aims to generate positive social impact on multiple fronts,
ensuring local support for long-term sustainability.
Jobs and income
A capacity-building program that prioritizes local hiring in the communities where projects are implemented.
This includes tree nurseries, implementation and maintenance of restoration, wood processing and monitoring.
Partnerships with local communities are key to making land available and supporting sustainable production of non-timber forest and agroforestry goods in the areas undergoing restoration.
co-production of agro and forest products
We engage local communities surrounding restoration areas to help man the brigades for monitoring and fire prevention.
Environmental education and research
Partnerships with research institutions and local schools focus on developing, research, environmental education and technical capacity building courses related to restoration and
the forest economy.