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Honda partners with Almighty Tree to plant trees in Switzerland to diversify the forests with tree species adapted to climate change.
Trees planted in Switzerland
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tree planting projects
Foresting Switzerland by Honda contributed to plant 4000 trees all around Switzerland in different regions affected by climate change:
The project is located in a highly ecological area with many habitats for flora and fauna.Trees weakened by droughts and bark beetle were replaced by black alders, oaks, Douglas and fruit trees.
Special biodiversity boost project to reforest farmer's land by planting a living hedge with 15 tree species such as linden, hornbeam, viburnum, white mulberry, oak, dog-rose, pear, apple, plum, cherry trees.
The forest overlooking the city of Neuchâtel is affected by repetitive droughts and needs support for the rejuvenation of the oaks. Honda contributes to create the forest of the future by planting small oak trees.
In the southern part of the canton, the forests must adapt with a diversification of tree species. The focus is on biodiversity by planting oak, black ash, wild pear, wild apple, medlar, wild maple and walnut.
This project is located near Bern in 900 m altitude where spruce trees were affected by bark beetle and windstorm. The plantation of Sycamore maples will bring a nice diversity with deciduous trees.
This is an innovative project on a beautiful wooded hill, which was impacted by wind storms. The spruces have been replaced by cedars, which is a species adapted to the forest station and to climate change.
This purpose of this project was to create a forest protection against avalanches. The trees such as sycamore maples, white firs and larches will bring diversity and are adapted to the conditions at 1700 m.