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  • 20~50 employés
  • Paris, Libreville & Rio de Janeiro
  • Créé en 2021
MORFO restores large-scale native forest ecosystems through the unprecedented combination of three technological components: Agritech, Computer Vision, and Drones.
Pourquoi Nous

MORFO develops a large-scale solution for restoring native forest ecosystems. We address a crucial issue in maintaining acceptable living conditions for human beings because:

  • 75% of the Earth's surface has been altered by human activity, forcing wildlife and flora to retreat into increasingly restricted spaces (source: United Nations, Sustainable Development Goal #15).
  • According to the United Nations, 1 billion hectares must be reforested by 2030. However, according to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), the current pace is 5 million hectares per year (5% of the target), often with monoculture practices that create wildlife and flora-poor environments: "75% of soils are artificialized and have lost their potential in terms of ecosystem services" (Robin Duponnois, Director of IRD).

  • By 2030, forests must represent 35% of carbon capture worldwide (source: IPCC).

We are one of only three companies in the world capable of restoring diverse native forest ecosystems. Concretely, our teams analyze vast abandoned spaces, work with local seed networks to select and identify the species to be replanted, determine the optimal planting conditions, revitalize up to 50 hectares per day using drones, and monitor the progress for several years.

"The MORFO technique is based on the semi-direct technique but protects the seed. Its advantage is that it can be applied everywhere in Guyana, Brazil, or Africa in general. It solves numerous difficulties, such as implementation, access, adaptation to the local ecosystem, and the choice of the planting time, for example."

Robin Duponnois, Research Director at IRD.

We are members of ClimAccelerator, a European program supporting climate startups, and work with prestigious partners such as LSTM (a collaboration between IRD, INRAe, and CIRAD in France) and leading Brazilian actors in reforestation: Sao Carlos University and EMBRAPA's advanced laboratory.

Our goal by 2030:

  • Large scale: 1 million hectares restored
  • Social impact: Involvement of 10,000 people in our projects (local & indigenous populations)
  • Biodiversity: Study of +1000 local species, analysis of +10 biomes.
  • Carbon sinks: Capture of 20 million tons of CO2.



  • SOLAR IMPULSE : Efficient Solution Label Awarded 
  • VIVATECH 2023 (largest tech event in the world): Best innovation in the “Climate & Environment” category
  • GREENTECH INNOVATION : Top 30 impact companies
  • i-Lab 2023 (one of the main innovation challenge in Europe): Awarded in the “Decarbonizing our Daily Lives”
  • Cleantech Operations 2023 : Best Seed Round for an Innovative Company
  • Innovation Bercy IMT 2022 : Winner


Our teams are highly diverse, making the group even richer: agronomists, data scientists, project developers, marketing and communication experts, business engineers, and more.

MORFO is looking for new collaborators who are eager to act responsibly and swiftly for our forests, within a flexible, ambitious, and enjoyable environment!

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MORFO not only restores but also preserves biodiversity in all the ecosystems it rejuvenates. Before embarking on any project, thorough studies of the biomes are conducted, enabling the development of a profound knowledge of the seeds native to these ecosystems.

Social Impact

MORFO involves local and indigenous communities in all the projects it undertakes, encompassing seed collection, land preparation, tree planting, and forest monitoring.

Carbon Sinks

MORFO restores forest ecosystems that serve as immensely powerful carbon sinks: 1 hectare of forest can capture up to 400teqCO2.

Forest Co-benefits

Beyond carbon capture, forests provide food and medicinal plantations, soil and water depollution, mitigate soil erosion, and improve water resource availability, among other benefits.

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Hectares restored worldwide
species studied
local species
Morfellows in the team