That's UNEP's aim. Supported by star planters including Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai, UNEP's Plant for the Planet: The Billion Tree Campaign challenges nations, corporations, civil-society organizations, communities and ordinary people - that's you and me. Each tree will help save our soils, keep our freshwater fresh, absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and encourage other plant and animal life… making the world a better place.
Visit www.unep.org/billiontreecampaign to register your individual pledge - or a pledge from your school, college, youth or friendship group. It also provides practical advice on what to plant - indigenous species and the right kind of species for your local conditions - how to plant, when to plant, and how to
And, through the site, you'll be able to track the campaign's progress, post photos of you in action, and keep in touch with what others are achieving.
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|Editorial||Treasure trees||Supporting the sky||TUNZA answers
|Tunza fun||Forest heroes|
|Truly wild 1||Debt for forests||Nothing new under
|Endangered forests||Give as well as take||Gorilla war|
|Truly wild 2||Money does grow
|Win-win||Trees in the
|Championing the Earth||Tell the difference|
|Nutty solution||Truly wild 3||Seven forest wonders|
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