Forest Restoration 

Planted 3 million trees

4,000 hectares to be Restored

3.3 million tonnes of Carbon Dioxide to be Mitigated


Deforestation is responsible for around 11 percent of global carbon emissions. Restoring forests is an important solution to reversing climate change and improving biodiversity. 

The Soneva Foundation started forest restoration in Thailand in 2011 and has since expanded to Mozambique, Nepal and the Philippines. These projects will restore 4,000 hectares of natural forest by planting 5.2 million trees from a variety of native species by 2025. 

The Soneva Foundation’s philosophy on forest restoration is to use a wide variety of indigenous tree species, which are planted by the local community. 

To date, the Soneva Foundation has planted nearly 3 million trees. 


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