Plant more trees

Planting trees is an effective way to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, and thus we can limit the ill effects of climate change and global warming. Reforestation can have a gradual climate change mitigation impact because what happens to earth 100 years from now completely depends on the choices we make today.

How can you plant more trees this year?

Support organizations that plant trees

Many organizations work closely with the local communities and the government to ensure a sustainable and long-lasting impact of planting trees.

Protect existing trees

Mature trees take up about 22 kilograms of carbon dioxide and release oxygen in return. So, about 1.3 million trees can remove more than 2500 tonnes of pollutants from the air.

Just go out & plant a tree

Trees absorb carbon dioxide and harmful gases from the atmosphere. Even if a single tree is planted, it can provide oxygen supply for up to four people.

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