One Trillion Trees

7 billion ‘extra’ trees have been discovered in Africa - part of the continent’s ongoing efforts to restore and reforest the land

The newly discovered trees are located outside of forests, and are distributed across an area equivalent to 537 million hectares. Image:  Grant Durr/Unsplash

Sean Fleming

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One Trillion Trees

88,000 sites were analyzed across Africa and the tree data recorded. Image: FAO

The great green wall of Africa. Image: UN FAO

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