Foresting Switzerland by Honda is an inspiring campaign to promote the electrified cars
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Every test drive contribute to creating the forests of the future in Switzerland 

Test-drive the electrified cars 

by Honda

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Plant trees in Switzerland to capture CO2 and preserve biodiversity

Contribute to creating a

sustainable future 

Honda partners with Almighty Tree to plant trees in Switzerland to diversify the forests with tree species adapted to climate change.

500

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Trees planted in Switzerland

Tons of CO2 will be absorbed

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tree planting projects

Western Switzerland 

Type of trees planted: Atlas Cedar 

​Location: Gibloux, FR

Altitude: 950 m​

It is is a forest-rich region, where trees are growing from 700 m to 1'200 m. This location affords a magnificent view of the Gruyere Region and the and Alps. This forest consists mainly of spruce, silver fir and beech, which are suffering from climate change. In this project spruce trees have been cut because bark beetle spread quickly. The forest expert decided to innovate and plant cedar trees, which are adapted to climate change and  store CO2 efficiently. The small trees have been planted by the Honda Team and protected with beautiful wooden protection made with spruce trees impacted by the bark beetle.

Estern Switzerland 

Type of trees planted: Black Alder 

​Location: Berikon, AG near Zürich

Altitude: 850m​

The project is located in highly ecological area with interesting tree species diversification and great habitats for flora and fauna.

After cutting trees affected by climate change, black alders have been planted. They have toothed leaves, black bark and great medicinal benefit. In this region particularly wet, this type of tree is growing very well and contributes to the amazing ecosystem developed over there. The area links linking the Berner Alps and the Jura. Deer are migrating throughout these forests, so the trees have been well-protected. 

More info on the official Honda website