One Trillion Trees

The organization planting millions of trees in old coal mines

A non-profit organization has been restoring thousands of acres of once-surface-mined land to accommodate trees. Image: Pixabay/fill

Natalie Marchant

Freelance Writer, Editor, World Economic Forum

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this graph shows the state of global forest expansion and deforestation from 1990 - 2020, in million hectares per year
About 10 million hectares of forest across the globe have been lost each year between 2015 and 2020. Image: UN FAO

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