(Reforestation as a Service)

A platform which easily integrates with your

products to reforest the planet

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How it works

We provide simple and easy to use Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to help connect websites and mobile applications to trusted reforestation organizations to have trees planted.

1- Choose a reforestation project

Choose a reforestation project from our list, in various countries.

2- Add code to your website or app

Add a few line of code in your website or mobile app to call the API requesting the planting of a tree.

3- A user makes an action

When your users make the action of your choice (buying an item in a mobile game, subscribing to online billing, buying a specific product on your website, etc.), a request to plant a tree will be made.

4- A tree is planted!

That's it! You will be billed ($1 per tree) by the trusted reforestation organizations of your choice. You will receive a monthly invoice and report indicating how many trees were planted on your behalf.

The solution is completely free of charge.

It is developed and maintained by a group of volunteers who want to make their part to help fight climate change.

The $1 / tree is paid directly to the reforestation organization you choose, without us handling the money. This way, you can be sure that the money will be used to have the trees planted.


The DigitalHumani dashboard is the quickest way to get started planting trees. From the dashboard, you can submit tree planting requests, view stats around your tree planting usage, retrieve info about the API including access info and documentation, and more.

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Tree planting made easy

A simple API with powerful integrations and plug-ins to get you up and running.

Trees fight climate change by absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere.

Each tree can absorb 22kg (50 pounds) of CO2 per year for 30 years.

Furthermore, trees contribute to economic growth, poverty alleviation, food security and biodiversity conservation.

Use cases for your business

Here are some examples of use cases where you might want to have a tree planted:

  • When a user makes an in-app purchase in your mobile game

  • When a user switches to online billing

  • When a user subscribes to a 6 months plan

  • When a user buys a specific product on your website

  • When a user refers a friend

  • etc.

These are only examples, of course. It's up to you to decide when a request for a tree will be made, depending of which action, product or service you want to promote.

Reforestation Partners

The RaaS (Reforestation as a Service) solution currently works with 7 reforestation organizations

One Tree Planted Logo

One Tree Planted is a non-profit organization with over 2.5 millions trees planted since their foundation in 2014. They are based in Vermont, USA. They currently have reforestation projects in the following countries, from which you can have your trees planted: Australia, Brazil, Canada (British Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Québec), Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Denmark, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Rwanda, Spain, Tanzania, Uganda, United States (Appalachia, California, Oregon, Florida) and Vietnam. Details on the projects here.

Note: Because of an unusual high demands for trees in the last few months, availability of certain projects will have to be confirmed.

One Tree Planted is a Registered 501(c)(3) charity in the US. Their latest annual report (2019) available here.

Chase Africa Logo

Chase Africa works with a local partner and the Kenya Forest Service to restore the degraded forests on the slopes of Mount Kenya. The Mount Kenya forest supports a vast array of flora and fauna and is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

DigitalHumani partners with Chase Africa for their reforestation efforts on Mount Kenya forest, and through the RaaS solution, you can have trees planted by Chase Africa in this project in Kenya. So far, 66,000 indigenous trees were restored on Mount Kenya forest by Chase Africa. Details on the project in Kenya (section Forest Restoration) here.

Chase Africa is a Registered Charity in the UK (No: 1082958) and their annual reports are available here.


TIST (The International Small Group and Tree Planting Program) encourages small groups of subsistence farmers to improve their local environment and farms by planting and maintaining trees on degraded and/or unused land. Over 88,000 farmers in 4 countries have successfully planted more than 18 millions trees since their foundation in 1999. Through the RaaS solution, you can have trees planted by the TIST farmers in Kenya and India. Details on the project in India here and on the project in Kenya here.

TIST is a project, run through a public-private partnership. Tax-deductible donations to I4EI, TIST's non-profit arm and a registered 501(c)(3) charity in the US, go directly to planting trees. Details here.

Sustainable Harvest Logo

Sustainable Harvest International was built on the idea that environmental devastation and rural poverty are unavoidably linked. They partner with farmers, providing long-term support and hands-on training. Since 1997, they've worked with over 2,891 families and planted 4 million trees. Through the RaaS solution, you can have trees planted by the Sustainable Harvest International farmers in Honduras and Belize. Details on these 2 projects here.

Sustainable Harvest International is a Registered 501(c)(3) charity in the US, based in Boston, Massachusetts. 501(c) certificate and annual report available here.

Conserve Natural Forests Logo

Conserve Natural Forests is a non-profit foundation focused on forest restoration and wildlife conservation in the tropical mountain forests of northern Thailand. This includes the restoration of nearby degraded landscapes and the preservation of local forests.

More information about their reforestation work here.

Planting on Demand Logo

Planting on Demand is a company offering mangrove reforestation via the Marine Conservation Philippines (non-profit in the Philippines) and via CarbonEthics (non-profit in Indonesia). Planting on Demand can send pictures that show the planting area before, while and after planting, including pictures of a tree planter holding a sign with the name of your company on it.

More information about their reforestation work here.

Community Forests International Logo

Community Forests International is a Canadian charity, working to protect and restore the climate by enabling communities and forests to thrive together. DigitalHumani's RaaS (Reforestation as a Service) solution can be used to plant trees in Acadian forests in Canada (primarily New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) on lands owned by Community Forests International. These lands are purchased for the purpose of bringing healthy forests back permanently and for the next generation.

Details on the Acadian project available here and their annual reports are available here.

Our architecture

Our architecture is 100% on AWS (Amazon Web Services), offering us (and you!) a reliable, scalable, cost-effective and secure solution.

DigitalHumani architecture

"Forests represent one of the largest, most cost-effective climate solutions available today."

(New York Declaration on Forests, 2014)

Our Team

We are a volunteer collective of IT oriented people from all around the world who want to do our part in fighting climate change. Registered as a non-profit (ID 1176355692) in Quebec, Canada.

Jonathan Villiard Founder / Solutions Architect

Jonathan Villiard is the founder and one of the solutions architects of DigitalHumani. He lives in Montréal, Canada. His inspiration stemmed from the idea that climate change might well be the biggest problem of our time, and planting trees represents one of the most cost-effective climate solutions available. With this in mind, he wanted to put to good use cloud technologies and be part of the climate solution. If he could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be teleportation (that’s a skill, right? Right?)

Carl Scheller Software Engineer

Carl helps lead DigitalHumani's engineering efforts. Hailing from Florida, Carl is inspired to contribute towards DigitalHumani's goal of making the planet a greener and healthier place 🌲. He's hoping to learn the keyboard soon.

Tim Davenport Solutions Architect

Tim Davenport is a Solutions Architect currently residing in North Yorkshire, UK. His work with DigitalHumani is mostly in engineering, but he also works on roadmaps and arranges regular team catch ups. His inspiration to join DigitalHumani was the opportunity to put his knowledge and skills to good use in return for the satisfaction of knowing it's making a difference. If Tim could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be to speak every single language on the planet.

Malia Stauffer Strategic Communications and Marketing

Malia Stauffer works in Strategic Communications and Marketing. She is originally from Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i, but is currently living in Auckland, New Zealand. It is her ambition to reflect personal values of conservation and sustainability with professional pursuits. She feels that working with DigitalHumani allows that ambition to come to fruition, and provides an outlet to collaborate with a team of like-minded, action-oriented people. If she could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be mastering theories of quantum physics.

Slawomir Biernacki Software Engineer / DevOps

Slawomir Biernacki hails from London, UK, and works as a Software engineer and in DevOps. His inspiration to join the DigitalHumani Team stems from his belief that we humans are responsible for the health of our planet. He joined in as an effort to help conserve the natural environment and fight climate change. If Slawomir could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be telling jokes that are actually funny.

Nik Osvalds Fullstack Developer

Nikolas Osvalds lives in Bristol, U.K. He is passionate about making a difference, especially in the sphere of climate action, and was looking for a way to give back with his newly learned web development skills. He’s found working as a developer with DigitalHumani to be a great way to learn new technologies and skills in a relaxed and fun environment while contributing to reforestation efforts. If Nik could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be playing the piano and reading music.

Martin Malo Software Engineer / Senior iOS Developer

Martin Malo lives in Joliette, Québec, Canada and is a Software Engineer and Senior iOS Developer. His inspiration to join the DigitalHumani team stemmed from a want for the human race to become aware of the destruction that occurred and that is still occurring because of lifestyle choices. Martin believes that together we can become Earth’s protector and live in a more sustainable way. If Martin could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be to speak and read all languages.

Xavier Bolduc-Meilleur Developer

Xavier Bolduc-Meilleur is currently based in Québec, Canada. He works as a developer, and joined the DigitalHumani Team as an opportunity to learn new technologies while working on an inspiring project that is focused on helping reforestation instead of making profits. He knew that every person joining the team will be there with a motivation to work for the project's success. If he could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be team and project management.

Rüdiger Busche Software Engineer

Rüdiger is currently based in Hanover, Germany. He supports DigitalHumani as a backend developer and in DevOps. He joined DigitalHumani to explore ways in which technology can be part of the climate solution and quickly grew addicted to watching increasing numbers of trees being planted. If Rüdiger could pick up a new skill in an instant it would be understanding category theory, even if it was only for drawing profoundly looking diagrams.

Arthur Dano Software Engineer

Arthur wanted to put his expertise as a Software Engineer to work for a cause that he believes in, which is what led him to join the DigitalHumani Team. In his words, what could be better than reforestation for a better future? Currently, Arthur is based in Rennes, France. If he could pick up any skill, it would be the ability to identify all plants and how to use them!

Brett Duboff UX/UI Design and Graphic Design

Brett is a UX/UI and Graphic Designer currently based in Boston. He joined the DigitalHumani team to use his design skills to make an impact in the world. If Brett could pick up a skill in an instant, it would be the ability to hear a song and be able to play it on an instrument right away.

Jean Pascal Hébert Head of Commercial

JP is a career business executive, dad & dog owner based in Montreal. He is working as head of commercial for DigitalHumani handling customer-facing activities, marketing, communications and whatever else may be needed, for a good cause! JP wants to make the world a better place, one tree at a time. If he could pick up any skill in an instant, it would be either electric guitar or finance (he’s sure they're quite similar).

Sylvie Roux Administrator

Sylvie Roux is a teacher based near Montreal. Because of her ecological and pro-environmental side, she felt she had to take advantage of the opportunity to be part of this committed and green team. She joined DigitalHumani as an observer and administrator. If she could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be raising awareness of the R rule. Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and… Compost.

Villi Ieremia Business Development & Growth

Villi currently resides in Leuven, Belgium. She is a business professional with experience in e-commerce operations and project management. She joined DigitalHumani during her postgraduate studies when she became increasingly aware of the potential of trees to combat climate change and tree planting technologies. She works as a sustainability expert alongside digital marketing and business development. If she could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be to travel in time and across space and distance (to infinity and beyond!).

Mohammad Ashour Programmer / Digital Creative

Mohammad is a programmer and digital creative who is starting a video game company. Mohammad sees climate change as the number one threat to our species and the planet today, and joined Digital Humani because he wanted to use his skills to get more trees planted to combat this threat. When he’s not making stuff on his computer, Mohammad loves to learn new things and consume unconscionable amounts of media. If he could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would be the ability to be ok with whatever the world presented him, or flying. It's a tie between enlightenment and flying.

Support our mission

DigitalHumani is a non-profit organization (ID 1176355692, registered in Quebec, Canada) that is supported entirely by your generous donations.

Donate today to support our mission to make our planet greener 🌲

Contact us

Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information about our RaaS (Reforestation as a Service) solution. Email us at support@DigitalHumani.com and we will get in touch with you shortly.

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