EasyTrees: Tree Planting Program


As you prepare to attend your upcoming conference in Cyprus, we invite you to participate in an exciting and meaningful initiative: the EasyTrees Planting Program.

This program not only allows you to contribute to the beautiful landscape of Cyprus but also plays a crucial role in combating climate change and supporting local wildlife. Here’s why you should take part:

Enhance the Natural Beauty of Cyprus
Cyprus is renowned for its stunning landscapes and natural beauty. By planting trees, you are helping to preserve and enhance these picturesque environments.

Promote a Sense of Community
Joining the Tree Planting Program is a great way to bond with fellow conference attendees. Working together on this project fosters a sense of community and shared purpose. It’s a wonderful opportunity to network and collaborate with others who share your commitment to environmental sustainability.

Leave a Lasting Legacy
When you plant a tree during your stay, you leave a lasting mark on the island. Imagine visiting Cyprus again, whether for another conference or a vacation, and seeing the thriving tree you helped plant.

Combat Climate Change
Climate change is a pressing global issue, and every tree planted helps mitigate its effects. Trees absorb carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas, and release oxygen, which we all need to breathe.


Support Local Fauna and Flora
Cyprus is known for its hot weather, which can be harsh for both people and wildlife. Each tree planted provides much-needed shade, creating a cooler environment and supporting the local fauna. Birds, insects, and other wildlife depend on trees for shelter and food. Your tree can become a sanctuary for these creatures, promoting biodiversity and ecological balance.

Prevent Soil Erosion
Trees help to stabilize the soil, preventing erosion and preserving the island’s landscapes.


Recommended Trees

  • Native Trees
  • Non-Native Trees

Olive Tree (Olea europaea)
A symbol of peace and prosperity, olive trees are well-suited to the Mediterranean climate and are valued for their fruit and oil.

Carob Tree (Ceratonia siliqua)
Also known as St. John’s Bread, the carob tree is drought-resistant and produces pods that are used as a chocolate substitute.

Pine Tree (Pinus brutia)
Common in Cyprus, especially in the Troodos and Kyrenia mountain ranges, pine trees provide valuable timber and resin.

Golden Oak (Quercus alnifolia)
Endemic to Cyprus, this oak species is found mainly in the Paphos Forest and is known for its beautiful golden underside leaves

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)
Originally from Australia, eucalyptus trees are fast-growing and used for their medicinal properties and timber.

Cypress Tree (Cupressus sempervirens)
Widely planted for their tall, narrow shape and ability to thrive in the Mediterranean climate, often used as windbreaks or ornamental trees.

Lemon Tree (Citrus limon)
Lemon trees are popular for their fruit, which is a staple in Mediterranean cuisine.


What do we offer

✔ Communication with the Authorities

✔ Identify Suitable Locations

Select Appropriate Tree Species

Inform the attendees through the online registration system, website and social media.

Transportation Arrangements



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