Let's build a greener, healthier

and more beautiful Italy together

Our commitment to Italy

Improve ecosystems

With our solutions we want to improve people's quality of life by promoting greater attention to nature and a conscious use of resources.

Promote biodiversity

We are committed to planting native trees and shrubs in respect of the local biodiversity, with the aim of further enhancing it.

Make cities more liveable

Our initiatives are aimed at the redevelopment and reforestation of urban and peri-urban areas.

Our woods in Italy

We will plant more than one hundred species of trees throughout Italy, with particular attention to the respect of the biodiversity. The forest is a real self-healing cycle that involves flora and fauna: trees release oxygen and water vapor that return to the ground with the rain, which in turn nourishes the animals and plants, which continue to grow and feed this cycle.
Click on the individual bands to find out what happens in the woods
The layers of a forest
04. The air and the sun
03. The canopy
02. The trunk and the undergrowth
01. The roots and the soil
04. The air and the sun
Through photosynthesis, the tree transforms carbon dioxide into nutrients by converting sunlight, releasing oxygen into the environment and clean air for all of us. Furthermore, thanks to the evapotranspiration of water through the stomata of the leaves, it contributes to the mitigation of heat.
03. The canopy
The canopy is composed of branches, leaves, flowers, buds and fruits that provide shade, protection and nourishment to living beings, the soil and the vegetation below.
02. The trunk and the undergrowth
The trunk supports the branches and acts as a conduit for nutrients, distributing them throughout the plant. At this average height, the so-called “undergrowth” also develops in the wood, a variegated set of mushrooms, mosses, lichens, herbs and above all shrubs that offer shelter and nourishment for fauna, insects and invertebrates.
01. The roots and the soil
A tree uses its roots to do more than just absorb nutrients from the ground. The roots make the soil more stable and can reduce landslides, avalanches and erosion. The roots also make the soil more fertile, rich in organic matter and water, laying the foundations for the development of life.
Choose the right offer for you

Are you a company?

Reach your sustainability goals: we offer you analysis services and solutions to reduce your environmental impact.


Are you a citizen?

Make an impactful statement: soon you will be able to plant or gift trees on the national territory, take care of them and follow their growth.


Are you an institution?

We work with you for the good of your territory: we will help you to make urban and peri-urban spaces greener.

Why are trees so important?

Trees have the capacity to remove CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis, where otherwise it accumulates, increasing global warming and the greenhouse effect.


A tree can absorb over 100 kg of CO2 per year


A tree grows to full maturity between the ages of 20 and 40


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