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Represented by Kinome Director of International Operations Damien Kuhn


Key words: Reforestation, agriculture, mangrove, local economies, food processing, collective action, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Senegal






Founded in 2005, Kinomé is a social business aiming at improving human beings’ daily lives thanks to forests and trees and thus reversing the trend of deforestation and climate change. To date more than 4.4 million trees have been planted protected, for the benefit of over 1.8 million persons. The focus of Kinome in the Social Investment Accelerator is 5Deltas (5Δ) collective.

Podcast - Kinomé, l'entreprise qui place la nature au centre de toutes les décisions

En septembre, la chronique de Melchior Gormand Tous Acteurs du Changement revient sur RCF ! Le mardi 10 septembre, il interrogeait Nicolas Métro, Fellow Ashoka et fondateur de Kinomé.

Community Greens Communities

Ashoka's Community Greens helps residents, government leaders, and citizen sector organizations come together to develop incentives and policies that catalyze the development of these new urban com [...]

Chandlers Yard: Baltimore, MD

A few homeowners in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore have discovered that they can enjoy all the amenities of city living without the usual anonymity or lack of green space. Hidden behind eleven narrow row houses, Chandlers Yard is a tree-shaded courtyard carved out of the backyards of surrounding homes. Here, the neighbors of Chandlers Yard are assured a pleasant green view from their homes and private yards. It is a quiet place, perfect for reading the morning paper and enjoying a cup of coffee.

Montgomery Park: Boston, MA

On summer evenings, the glow of candlelight illuminates the lush plantings of Montgomery Park, a third of an acre backyard shared by 85 households in Boston's South End neighborhood. This community green has become the heart of a diverse community of neighbors who have grown to be "the best of friends."

Alley Gating and Greening: The Baltimore Story and How CG Began

"I thought it was a great idea to gate [the alley] and to try to get people to look at it in a different way. At the time, I didn’t realize it, but afterwards I realized it was a great community-building project because you got to know your neighbors through the meetings or just knocking on their doors and asking them to donate money to buy the gates."