One Trillion Trees

3 reasons companies are investing in forest conservation and restoration, and how they do it

The sustainable management of forests could create $230 billion in business opportunities. Image: Frédéric Perez/Unsplash

Gill Einhorn

Head, 1t.org, World Economic Forum

Jean-Charles Guinchard

Associate Partner, Dalberg

Wijnand DeWit

Partner, Dalberg

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One Trillion Trees

Worldwide sample of corporate pledges on forest conservation and restoration.
Example of the mosaic system concept: Suzano’s integrated management of natural areas for biodiversity, water and eucalyptus plantations. Image: Suzano
Planting forest saplings along the Kinabatangan River in Sabah, Malaysia, as part of Nestlé Malaysia’s RiLeaf reforestation programme. Image: Nestlé Malaysia
A Nepalese woman holds Kher (Sengalia catchu) seedlings to be planted at a community forest project near Ruchang, supported by Eden Reforestation and tentree. Image: tentree
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