Iberdrola will plant 230 hectares with seedlings, drones and smart seeds through its international startup program, Perseo. The municipalities chosen in the initiative Forest seeks people to grow launched by the energy company are Cerdedo-Cotobade in Pontevedra, Liérganes in Cantabria and Muelas del Pan and San Cebrián de Castro in Zamora. The electricity company will plant more than 270,000 trees with native species, which will absorb more than 175,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere. Four municipalities have won the project Bosque busca pueblo en el que crecer launched by Iberdrola. Muelas del Pan, San Cebrián de Castro (both in Zamora), Cerdedo-Cotobade (Pontevedra) and Liérganes (Cantabria) are the winners and the electricity company will be responsible for promoting the recovery of natural areas through the conversion of burnt or wasteland into forests, the development of employment and the development of the region. Iberdrola will plant seedlings, drones and smart seeds through its international startup program, Perseo, together with CO2 Revolution, a company specialized in measuring the carbon footprint and helping to offset it through reforestation projects. The winning municipalities will have Iberdrola as an ally, which will plant more than 270,000 trees of native species and ensure the creation of entire ecosystems that promote biodiversity; shrubs, aromatic and flowering plants of all strata of the vegetation layer will also be planted.Iberdrola's objective with these actions is to recover land degraded by fires or unsustainable uses, reduce erosion, improve the landscape and recover biological and forestry activity with the introduction of various species. The electricity company will bear the costs and thus promote the reforestation of municipal public land, promote the generation of local employment, and increase the natural capital of the municipality.