Ethiopia

The African country that inspired more and more countries to plant billions of trees

India once one of Asia's chief deforestation culprits, is leading the way in re-greening efforts, by planting 66m trees in 12 hours. Image: REUTERS/Danish Ismail

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Ethiopia planted approximately 350 million trees in one day in 2019. Image: Trees ForTheFuture/ Flickr
Ethiopia has ambitious plans to tackle the effects of deforestation and climate change. Image: GCA
Authorities in Sydney are using trees to cool the city. Image: GCA

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