One Trillion Trees

A new generation of young people is putting the planet first. Here's everything you need to know

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A Polylepis seedling taking root in the soil of the Peruvian Andes. Image: Luis Torres for ECOAN

Florent Kaiser
Executive Director, Global Forest Generation
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SDIM 2023 - The Future of the Trillion Trees Movement - English

Prachi Jha and Jaideep Salil

September 20, 2023

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