Example: Walk us through a specific example(s) of how this solution makes a difference; include its primary activities.
Kinomé is a social business which develops the partnerships, networks, science and tools necessary to turn forests in general, and trees in particular, into a solution to human problems and thereby invert the global deforestation trend.
It was created in 2005, and Forest&Life in 2010, in order to roll out the projects at in international level.
• Almost 4 millions trees have been replanted and protected by farmers, women, children and young people around the world.
• 15 countries have benefited from actions: Australia, Argentina, Brasil, Chad, DRC, Ecuador, France, India, Indonesia, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Senegal, Sudan and Togo.
• Almost 5000 children have planted trees in several countries, have learnt more about the issue of deforestation and the urge to replant our planet.
• The Forest&Life movement gathers more than 50 000 people involved in the mission of planting trees.
• NGOs, villagers, scientists, students, industrials and international organizations…work together to identify and develop large-scale solution to invert the deforestation trend.
• International recognitions have been attributed to Nicolas Métro: Fellow Ashoka, Ethic’Evolution label, several invitations to international conferences, etc.