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SmartCitiesWorld Aug 28
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Joti Brar Sep 4
Britain has just 10% cover, the lowest in Europe. This excellet proposal from should be widely discussed. Natural tree regeneration is cheap, waste free (no plastic protectors) and robust (less disease). We need to be doing it on a big scale.
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Chris Parker Aug 1
Good piece about the economics & of tree planting & & the REPLANT Act by of
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@artemislives on Hive Aug 6
CARES about the & supports content about species. Not on Hive yet? Get you account at and JOIN US!
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Vani-Vina Sep 22
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Orangutan Project Oct 11
Scientists have determined that active restoration of degraded tropical could be a key tool for lowering atmospheric CO2 concentrations, potentially curbing and helping moderate global temperatures.
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Mubiru Humble Sep 8
The world’s most ambitious project, the of Africa...!! A MUST read article from the Guardian.
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Bullfrog Power Aug 13
Because of their carbon-sequestration powers, trees are among our most important defences against climate change—but tech is lagging behind. aims to modernize the industry by using drones and automation.🌲
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WRI Climate Oct 4
New research shows that natural forest regrowth, as opposed to through tree planting, can capture more carbon dioxide from the air than previously thought.
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EthosLifestyle Aug 29
Trees are key to tackling the and supporting animals and plants. They’re also vital to jobs, business and our health.
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ChristopherPhilipson Oct 5
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Meghan F. George Aug 13
Update on our tree planting program 🌳🌲
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Africa Wood Grow Oct 4
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Ajita Kadirgamar Sep 3
Weekend activity! Planting 500 saplings at Moragolu Oya and 200 saplings at Etipol, Sep 5 and 6
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@artemislives on Hive Jul 29
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Olivier Laborde at #innovateorDisappear Jul 28
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MarketingLCarey Aug 25
of Singita Volcanoes NP is already a success. Camera traps between the protected area and lodge capture all manner of curious wildlife on the property. Elephants, buffalo, antelope, monkeys are seen enjoying tender shoots, grasses and young trees. 🐘🦍🐒🐝🦋🌿🌼🌳
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Plant-for-the-Planet Sep 12
is a prominent supporter of and the . She is therefore contributing incredible 5 million as part of the campaign in 2020. A big applause for this huge commitment! 👏💚🌳😍
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1t.org Aug 7
"But planting the trees in the ground is just the beginning. We need to track if these trees keep growing, how much carbon they store and what other types of benefits (e.g., food, economic, biodiversity) they provide to people and the environment."
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Ecologi 🌍 Sep 4
This morning we woke up to see that has planted 48,635 with us! 🌲💪🏾😍 Cor, that's a lot of trees. Amazing work team Tribepad, thank you for supporting us and our planet 🌍 Why not check out their profile?
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