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THOUGHTFUL AND VIRTUOUS PROJECTS

The current health crisis is a first strong signal of the consequences of the loss of biodiversity. Biologists fear the emergence of other pathogens as natural ecosystems become increasingly extinct. For plants, the chalarose ash borer originating from China, the boxwood borer, are recent examples. For human beings, after Ebola, H1N1, here comes Corona, freed from ecosystems that had kept them locked up, endemic until now.

Similarly, the availability of fresh drinking water is becoming a concern in some areas of the world. Nitrate pollution, eutrophication and salinisation of coastal aquifers are metropolitan threats. These concerns are similar to those related to the increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which contributes to climate change.

Rising air and water temperatures are causing sea levels to rise and the intensity of storms, droughts and fires to become more intense and longer lasting (Source: OXFAM). To fight these harmful phenomena, engage in thoughtful and virtuous projects.

Amount demanded
348 k€
Surface
14 332 acres
Year
T3 2020

CHANTILLY

In Chantilly, global warming is already doing its work. The average temperature has been rising for 30 years and rainfall is inevitably falling. The consequence is a mortality of the oaks in particular, while the forest is also subject to the increasing aggression of the chafer. CARBON FOREST is actively working to implement an itinerary to enable the ancient ecosystem of Chantilly to get through this major climate crisis.

GRAND OUEST

The Grand Ouest project includes 6 forest sites spread over 2 regions and 4 departments. The richness of biodiversity is particularly noteworthy, and the sustainable forestry model makes it possible to manage forests, ecosystems, water resources, biodiversity and soil and air quality over the long term.
Amount demanded
300 k€
Surface
14 826 acres
Year
T3 2020
Amount demanded
10 k€
Surface
445 acres
Year
T3 2020

CHABLIS

Global warming is accelerating and forest dieback and loss of biodiversity are warning signs. Acting on the environment of Chablis means both preserving the local biodiversity but also participating in the conservation of a unique climate and a land suitable for viticulture and forestry.