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Dr. Diane Pataki 8m
Long before the , we were grappling with vs emissions reductions to solve devastating urban problems. This is my (admittedly unpopular) take on an URGENT problem we must solve now.
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Stuart Powell 🌎 Feb 23
Here's the opposing "climate" plan, if we just did a If you can't tell the difference between the black baseline and the blue "current scenario", it's b/c... there is basically no difference. 👎 That's why the future of our planet depends on the 2020 election.
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Reuben Gathright 4h
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1t.org 2h
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Jad Daley Feb 21
What's better than 1 ? 1 trillion of the right trees in the right places for resilience, planted by diverse people and organizations working together. Here's how.
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1t.org Feb 20
Yet, to be an effective climate solution, , (such as forest restoration, conservation, reforestation or natural regeneration) need to be part of a broader strategy to protect nature and tackle .
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L. Anne Ford Feb 23
I donated $10 to Trees for the Future. The trees will be planted in Africa. This org is able to plant trees for ten cents apiece. I also plant one tree a day with them by watching a Bubbly Tree ad.
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L. Anne Ford 23h
This is the main osage orange tree yesterday. Has at least 6 trunks. You can see 5 here and have to climb the hill behind the tree to see the sixth. I was able to disperse a fruit yesterday & one today outside the grove.
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Reuben Gathright Feb 24
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Justin Adams Feb 22
Great piece ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ - 4 key principles to guide vision of - #1 not a substitute for decarbonisation, #2&3 restoration must be ecologically & socially responsible & #4 stop ⁦⁦
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Laurence Tubiana Feb 22
The clear conditions for to be real and not fake news
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Diana Schoder Feb 23
With all the controversies recently, I've started explaining this as the "more trees and" approach: more trees and zero emissions, more trees and center indigenous communities, etc. Basically, more trees and everything says ⬇️
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1t.org Feb 24
Growing trees also means prioritizing, conserving and protecting our existing trees, here are five lessons from the ongoing movement.  
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JourneyOne Feb 20
Planting a will be challenging (duh), but the potential for impact is huge. 🌳
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1t.org Feb 24
Great to hear how & partners are implementing our global goal in North America.
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Justin Adams Feb 20
Great balanced perspective by of what the platform was set up to do, the challenges we will face and why it’s critical we get it right
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Moore Landscapes Feb 21
Replying to @moorelandscapes
The benefits of trees and the role they play in our environment is vital to our existence. Thanks to organizations such as , for making a difference in our 🌎
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John Muir Project Feb 21
How do we know that ’s legislation is really a ? Because his bill mandates an annual increase in logging levels & requires that all actions under the bill must stimulate the domestic & international timber markets
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L. Anne Ford Feb 20
So we can plant 60 billion trees in US by 2040 which means 30 billion by 2030. So we're responsible for 3% of the trillion trees being planted in this country.If Reps & Dems fight about it & feds do little we still need to come up with them.
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1t.org Feb 20
What makes so critical now? What is the platform set up to achieve? What challenges will we face? 🌳 All your questions answered about the trillion trees everyone is talking about.
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