The Trillion Tree challenge that could save the planet

We have already lost nearly half the world’s trees, most within the last 100 years. Image: REUTERS/Henry Romero

Marc Benioff

Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce

Jane Goodall

Founder, Jane Goodall Institute

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