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"Forests for the Air" Project. Daikin is launching a project to conserve and nurture forests for a bright future in seven locations, starting with the world’s largest native forests. Forests are “nature’s air conditioners,” as they contribute to controlling the planet’s temperature as well as nourishing the air. Toward the 100th anniversary of its founding, Daikin will contribute to the global environment by reforestation and forest conservation through a sustainable approach, hand in hand with local communities.

"Forests for the Air" Project Movie
Why is Daikin Protecting Forests?

Locations of support

We will plant trees and offer comprehensive community support in approximately 11 million hectares around the world.
This project contributes to the realization of the SDGs by supporting locals to live while protecting forests, in addition to climate change countermeasures and biodiversity conservation.

  • Japan [Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido]
  • Indonesia
  • Cambodia
  • China
  • India
  • Liberia
  • Amazon
  • Japan [Iriomote Island, Okinawa]
  • Ethiopia

Our forest protection partners

Daikin Industries has been working on reforestation and forest protection activities since 2008 in Indonesia together with
Conservation International (CI) and since 2011 in Japan’s Shiretoko Peninsula with the Shiretoko Nature Foundation.
In 2014, we expanded our cooperation with CI to include projects in Cambodia, China, India, Liberia, and Amazon.

Indonesia, Cambodia, China, India, Liberia, Amazon

Conservation International (CI)

Founded in 1987, Conservation International (CI) is an international non-governmental organization with a staff of 900 in about 70 countries and working on global issues such as climate change to build a sustainable society.

Letter from Harrison Ford Vice Chair, Conservation Internationa


Shiretoko Nature Foundation

For more than 20 years since its founding in 1988, the public interest incorporated foundation conducts environmental education and awareness raising, wildlife protection and surveys, and forest restoration activities. (available in Japanese only)


Iriomote Foundation (available in Japanese only)


Arid Land Research Center, Tottori University

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