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The Nature Conservancy Mar 22
More trees = more water + a more stable climate 🌳 💦 🌎 Learn more:
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Amazon Frontlines Mar 21
Today we celebrate 2019! Forests give our world life, yet they're disappearing at an alarming rate. Working in partnership with indigenous pples, the forest's most ancient guardians, is critical for rainforest protection. Find out more:
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Irene Olive Mar 21
To celebrate today’s Forest Day,, I just joined . It s just a small contribution but aimed at protecting, preserving and restoring meadows, because there are also amazing forests underwater !😃🌱
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Greenpeace Mar 23
We can't replace what was lost but it's a good step forward. The best way, however, is to protect what we have!
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Sierra Club Mar 21
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 21
The results are incredible.
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Chesapeake Bay Program Mar 21
Without forest buffers, polluted runoff from farms and developed areas would flow directly into rivers and streams. Forest buffers also protect those on land from rising floodwaters by deflecting heavy river flow during large storms.
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Himi Ghilas Apr 3
The peace of the forest is a peace of the soul. The forest is a state of mind.
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TreeHugger.com Mar 21
Studies show it can help lower blood pressure, boost immune cell activity and reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
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Visit Norway Mar 21
Celebrating with great walks in Norwegian forests 🌲 🌳 🎄 🍃 🎋
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 21
Forests are vital to securing water. Forests are vital to beating climate change. This (and everyday!), let's celebrate forests.
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 21
Mountains and forests are natural storage and filtration systems, providing water to downstream residents. On this , we say thank you, forests.
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Rainforest Foundation Norway Mar 21
On this we celebrate and their importance for & . Humans have destroyed over half of the rainforest since WWII, so we must . The movement & give us hope.
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The Nature Conservancy Mar 22
The quality of your water is directly dependent on the landscapes through which it flows. Forests are vital to securing water and beating climate change.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park Mar 21
If you love Goldie, you'll want to meet our other parrot ambassadors to discover how parrot 💩 preserves forests for ➡️ 👀
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Richard Waite Mar 21
On this , here are some ideas for turning agriculture, the #1 driver of tropical deforestation, into the enabler of large-scale 🌳🌲🌳🌲 restoration. Read more:
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GEDI Mar 21
May the Forest Be with You this - we’ll continue remotely tree hugging as we collect data on Earth’s 3D forest structure and from the
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Hunk Daniels Real Mar 22
A view of mt longonot from the top Photo by @instameetsafaris @mtlongonot
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CEMEX Nature Mar 21
Through our biodiversity action plans we promote forest conservation for the benefit of current and future generations.
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Pew Environment Mar 21
Reasons to protect Canada’s forest: • 12x the size of California • Home to the deepest lake in North America • Breeding ground for nearly 3 billion birds • Stores carbon: the equivalent of more than 34 years of global ghg emissions
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