We are uniquely reliant on forests – without them, life as we know it would not exist. We’ve exploited our forests through the ages, but if we give them the chance, they will bounce back.What can you do?
The air that we breathe, the water we drink, the energy we consume all originates from the processes controlled by trees and other plants. We have cut much of our forests down, but they have a magical resilience. They can regenerate, rebuild and re-wild - if only we can give them the chance.
In the last 12,000 years, our planet has lost three trillion trees. But forests have an incredible capacity to recover, if we give them the chance.
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The habitats that make up our planet are connected and reliant upon each other. The astonishing diversity of life on earth depends on these global connections.
Our poles are some of the earth's last remaining wildernesses. And yet just as we are beginning to understand these extraordinary places, they are changing fast.
In jungles, everywhere is special. Host to a staggering array of species, they are the oldest and most diverse ecosystems on our planet.
We are uniquely reliant on trees – without them, life as we know it would not exist. We’ve exploited our forests through the ages, but if we give them the chance, they will bounce back.
Our planet’s grasslands are the rich home to our big land animals, but they’re also shrinking. Life in our grasslands depends on space.
Without fresh water, life on land wouldn't exist. It is the most precious resource on our planet, but it's finite. Every drop is vital for all species and us humans that rely upon it.
Our coastal seas are a rich community of plants and animals working together, all of which are vital to the health of our planet and humanity.