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Audit

The TreesEverywhere teams at the end of the planting work ensure compliance with the Planting Protocol. The use of drones makes it possible to monitor the plantations and their development every 6 months.
We are partnering with university laboratories to collect scientific data on the progress of our projects.

Voluntary carbon certification

Our dense and diversified reforestation method benefits from a dual carbon and biodiversity certification process, for a valuation of quantitative and qualitative elements. Indeed, if reforestation contributes directly to the production of wood and therefore carbon storage, it is also a place for the development of plant and animal biodiversity.

To certify the benefits delivered by our forests, our sites are rigorously controlled and certified by independent third parties. Labeling is a key step in our approach since it certifies that our projects comply with precise specifications in terms of planting method and origin of the plants. It also allows us to quantify the efficiency of our dense and diversified plantations in capturing carbon and creating biodiversity.


We have identified several players delivering certificates in France and are committed to:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

- FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) : Our projects will be certified by the Forest Stewardship Council on the basis of their Sustainable Forest Management reference system as well as their ecosystem services program including carbon and biodiversity.

Our letter of commitment: To download. We will be inspected at the end of 2020 by Preferred By Nature (formerly NEPCon) in this certification process.


- Biodiversity for All Association : Our plantations also benefit from a “Biodiversity for All” label which attests to the regeneration, protection and creation of biodiversity on our sites.


- Low-Carbon Label: We are part of the Low Carbon Label of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, by which we aim to be certified in the course of 2021. Our certification process aims to s '' be part of the voluntary carbon market in which carbon credits - which represent the emission reduction of one tonne of CO2 - today have very heterogeneous values.

1 x             capture 20kg CO2 / year

(average assumption S / 10 years depending on the region, species and land)

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