The projects reflect a wide diversity of natural, farming, wooded, urban or marine territories. They cover a vast swathe of mainland France and support the initiatives of all sorts of stakeholders (associations, businesses, farmers, woodland owners and local authorities).
- transforming the industrial wasteland formerly occupied by Kodak in Sevran (Seine-Saint-Denis) into an island of biodiversity, in partnership with the town of Sevran;
- ecological restoration of a coastal ecosystem, Baie de l’Aiguillon (Charente-Maritime), in partnership with the French Bird Protection League (LPO).
Following on from COP21 and the Paris climate agreement, CDC Biodiversité set up Nature 2050 at the end of 2016, a programme for adapting local areas to climate change, funded entirely by public and private stakeholders*. CDC Biodiversité is committed to: restoring and monitoring 1 m² of territory until 2050 for each voluntary contribution of €5.
* Including Accor, Alter Equity, Autocars Alizés, Bpifrance, Caisse des Dépôts, Compagnie des Alpes, Icade, Immobilière 3 F, Ipsec, SNI, Silab, SATS, Transdev and TVO.