What made me decide to stop global warming...
11 February 2019Featured, Partner NewsInsights
RTBF_C'est presque serieux
La Premiere radio (BE)
24 January 2019WeForest in the Media
BNP Paribas Publications 2019
Planting trees to avoid climate disaster
22 January 2019Featured, Partner News, WeForest in the MediaBNP Paribas Fortis Foundation
Tanzania video
How to make a tree grow?
In Tanzania, trees are being planted in local nurseries and afterwards they are being distributed among families and secondary schools that take care of them
14 January 2019Project News, VideoTanzania
Growing a Brighter Future in Ethiopia, Amhara
10 January 2019WeForest VideoEthiopia Amhara
Climate Change2
The restoration economy is a growing economy
During COP24 in Katowice, Poland, end of last year, it once again was discussed how to deal with an ever growing and demanding global population in an
7 January 2019Featured
Forests – a story of synergy and opportunity
Some may say that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not 'economically viable' or that it might erode someone's income. However, if they do not, these
20 December 2018Featured, Environmental News
India Training and planting
Involving the community in our Landscape Restoration Projects
When starting a new project totally from scratch, it might sometimes take up to a year before we start planting and protecting the first trees. That's a very
11 December 2018FeaturedIndia Khasi Hills
Connecting the dots for sustainable landscapes
The theme of this year´s Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) in Bonn was´Connecting for impact´. Connecting people from across the world and across sectors -
6 December 2018Featured
65.000 people on the streets for climate!
The biggest climate march ever in Belgium took place on Sunday December 2nd in the streets of Brussels, coinciding with the start of the UN Climate
5 December 2018Featured
Brazil wildlife
Reconnecting forests to preserve wildlife in Brazil
In Brazil, WeForest is building forests corridors to preserve biodiversity. With camera traps, wildlife can be observed when returning to their habitats.
4 December 2018Project News, WeForest VideoWildlife Corridors, Brazil
Breaking the vicious circle
Forest fires are a result of global warming, they also increase it. They cause more carbon to be released, increase temperatures, transforming land into
19 November 2018Featured, WeForest in the Media