Hennessy presents “Cultivating our Forests, Cultivating our Future” exhibition promoting reforestation at the Jardin d’Acclimatation in Paris

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The exhibition “Cultivating our Forests, Cultivating our Future”, which runs until July 9 at the Jardin d’Acclimatation in Paris, spotlights the importance of trees for the global ecosystem and helps raise awareness among visitors of the need to protect forests. The exhibition is part of Hennessy’s “Forest Destination” program, which aims to regenerate 50,000 hectares of forests worldwide by 2030. Open to everyone, the exhibition is illustrated with photos by well-known photographers from the different countries represented. 

“Maison Hennessy is proud to have a chance to host this exhibition at the Jardin d’Acclimatation in order to spotlight the work and vision of talented local contributors who engage with an essential global issue that is too often overlooked. This exhibition, which is open to everyone, is designed to heighten awareness among families of the most important challenge in our history, namely preserving forests and biodiversity. We are firmly committed to providing future generations with concrete solutions that will help them meet this challenge.— Laurent Boillot, CEO of Maison Hennessy

Four simple yet essential actions structure this major forest regeneration program:

  • Prepare

The success of any reforestation project begins with finding an approach adapted to each distinctive landscape and climate.

  • Plant 

Hennessy aims to regenerate 50,000 hectares of forests in France and the rest of the world by 2030 thanks to its Forest Destination program.

  • Cultivate

After they are planted, trees must be cared for over several months to ensure that their potential is realized, to protect them and to ensure healthy growth.

  • Transmit

Within the framework of the Forest Destination program, local populations are trained to care for the trees planted and awareness programs are initiated to share and pass on a robust culture of forest preservation.