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Achim Steiner Mar 23
Celebrating is a good reminder that trees are ‘working’ 24/7, 365 days a year to keep our planet ‘alive’. Here are a few examples of how we work to keep the world’s forests ‘alive’....
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Kumar S Ratan🇮🇳 Mar 22
Both parents are the root of child, but why only custody given to mother and not the father, and even child doesn't allowed to meet father why custody why not parenting
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BirdLife Mar 21
After efforts to save the Kiwi got underway, multiple species returned to this forest in New Zealand
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Errycar10 Mar 22
Cockroaches are like slay queens, they dont like poverty
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Rainforest Trust UK Mar 21
On we salute all those who are working to protect all over the world, often at great personal risk. Do your bit to save habitat today by donating to our appeal here - - all donations QUADRUPLED!
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Discover Puerto Rico Mar 21
El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the United States and the heart of our island. Hear the firsthand account of a hiker who just explored one of the reopened trails of our natural treasure. Happy !
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ICCDI Africa Mar 23
Today we join both & to celebrate Come join us and see how we connect to nature. We are moving towards a Sustainable Cities for all. will be representing us.
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KENYA Pics Mar 21
Nature is not on the Internet. You have to get out there! Kinale Forest. Photos by , and
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Julie McNicholas #SHS2N Mar 22
So trees save the environment and ultimately us.... and still the hacking down of trees and forests persists. What a legacy you guys are leaving behind you.
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Pacific Institute Mar 21
Forests are fundamental to securing water and fighting , via :
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Anders Portin Mar 22
Yesterday was 🌲and today is 💧 Indeed have a huge role in the hydrological cycle and is essential for forests
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KENYA Pics Mar 21
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The Marine Mammal Center Mar 21
Sea otters aren't just cute. They play a critical role protecting the kelp forests that absorb CO2 and reduce acidity in the ocean
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Adam Abdulla Mar 22
The mysterious in the uninhabited island of Hulhedhoo. It is said that this lake is bottomless & linked with Kaadedhoo Kandu. Very scenic and surrounded by a dense belt of small-leafed orange mangrove (Kandoo) trees.
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Greenpeace USA Mar 21
Here's to forests being our sanctuary and our teacher. RT if you agree!
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WWF Forest & Climate Mar 22
From forests to farms, the lands around our water sources serve as vital infrastructure that can improve water quality & quantity. Great graphic from for and .
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Errycar10 Mar 22
Many people think am foolishness but they dont knowing am learned in Cambridge Analytica for electrical appliances
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NWSC Mar 22
Your water comes from somewhere. Somewhere worth protecting for the generations to come. Let's protect our environment for the future. Happy International World Forest Day + World water day. today and .
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Kenya Forest Service Mar 22
AAR Healthcare & The International Peace Support Training Centre together with other various institutions conduct a tree planting exercise at Ngong Road Forest, where they planted over 8,500 seedlings in celebration of the
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Kathy Degner Mar 21
In honor of , here’s the Old Man in the Tree. Do you see his profile? Love his bushy mustache. These need to be saved for future generations to treasure.
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