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1 CHF pour le climat

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1 CHF for the climate is an initiative for epicureans who wish to indulge themselves at the restaurant while simply fighting against global warming in a direct and indirect way.

With 1 CHF more on the menus of partner restaurants, the association contributes to  

Helping the restaurant owner to source more local products, to support Swiss producers and encourage environmentally friendly agriculture.

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Planting trees in Switzerland to capture CO2, preserve

biodiversity, maintain our

beautiful landscape and

encourage agro-forestry.

Raise awareness about the environmental impact of our food, which represents 28% of the impact of our consumption in Switzerland (ahead of housing 24% and mobility 12%)

1 CHF pour le climat partners with Almighty Tree to plant trees in Switzerland to diversify the forests and farmland with tree species adapted to climate change.


Trees planted in Switzerland


Tons of CO2 will be absorbed


Froideville, VD

In collaboration with the Mèbre-Talent forestry triage, we have planted on one project red oaks and Douglas fir in symbiosis with chestnut, lime and cherry trees. On the second project, red oak and Douglas fir were planted in symbiosis with sessile oak and sorbs. This diversity of species will enrich the biodiversity of this magnificent forest of Froideville which delights the inhabitants of the surroundings.

These projects were necessary to replace the weakened spruce trees attacked by the bark beetle as well as some of the very old trees that were exploited for construction (interesting for storing CO2 in the long term).

Allaman, VD

In collaboration with the biologist, Sylvie Viollier, tall fruit trees and hedges were planted to enrich the vineyard of the Domaine de Verex.. These trees will bring a beautiful biodiversity and many animals, such as insects, birds and small mammals. These animals will find shelter and food. All planted trees will produce edible fruits and berries. These trees will also store CO2 and will be beneficial for the environment.

Tree species for living edges: Field Maple, Common Hornbeam, Field Elm, Chestnut, Sorb, Cherry, Wild Pear, Wild Apple, Sessile Oak, Small-leaved, Linden, Large-leaved Linden, Saskatoon, Cornelian Cherry, Common Hazel, Common Privet, Myrobalan, Squeeze, Wild Plum, Schwadernau Plum, Blackthorn, Mahaleb Cherry, Rosebush, Welded Style, Rose, Dog Rose, Gooseberry, Basket Willow, Red Currant, Wild Red Currant, Wild Raspberry, Black Elderberry.

Tree species for high-stemmed fruit trees: Apple trees, Pear trees, Cherry trees, Mulberry trees, Quince trees, Nefliers, Peach trees, Mirabelle, Plums trees, Apricot trees, Chestnut trees, Walnut trees

Etagnières, VD

In collaboration with Jean-Philippe Crisinel, Forêts Mèbres-Talent's forester, we planted lime trees, maples and Douglas firs. This forest represents an ecological and important area for biodiversity. Next to the plantation is the "bois neuf", which is home to the region's fauna and flora. On this project, spruce trees weakened by climate change have been ravaged by the bark beetle. Therefore, it is interesting to replant more resistant species to create this forest of tomorrow. 

Le Landeron, NE

This project is located in the middle of the vineyards of Le Landeron above the Lake of Neuchâtel and the Lake of Bienne. In collaboration with Bernard Voiblet, forester of Le Landeron and the St-Maurice corporation, we planted oak trees in cells to replace the dying spruce and white fir.  Indeed, the oak is more adapted to climate change thanks to its taproot, which is able to seek water in depth during droughts.