We restore fire-damaged areas using affordable techniques with a low impact on the environment and a high impact on society. To do so, we have many organisations interested in offsetting their carbon footprint through absorption projects. After execution, we manage them to get the CO2 Offset seal from the Spanish Ministry for the Ecological Transition (MITECO).
Through these projects, we bring trees and work to the places and people who need them most.
We have kicked off the ‘Renaturing our cities’ movement, building vertical gardens, green roofs and urban vegetable gardens to bring back the green spaces displaced by buildings in these areas.
We bring in oxygen, upholding our social commitment, hiring people from vulnerable groups, in collaboration with organisations.
Sylvestris has its own technical office and lab, from which we carry out consultancy work, drafting studies and projects for sustainable development and quality technical assistance.
We also take an active role in all sorts of training and dissemination activities, from courses and congresses to corporate volunteer programmes. This expertise has led us to take part in international cooperation projects in the Middle East and Latin America.
I work every day to make sure there are more trees in the world
By trying to bring balance and quality, in the end I am the one who ends up learning
Open your mind: travel, read and plant trees
“Repopulating the mountains and populating intelligences are two ideals Spain must seek to boost its wealth and earn the respect of other nations.” S. Ramón y Cajal. 1921
Committed to moving towards environmental sustainability
When you save a tree, you’re merely paying down your debt because we owe our lives to the trees
Working to make CSR a reality in our society
Always admiring and observing seeds as the beginning of life
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second-best time is now
I put plants where others think it’s impossible
You make your path as you walk
Being left without trees would, quite literally, mean we are left without our roots