One Trillion Trees

3 reasons why forests must play a leading role at COP26

COP26 must be the 'Forests COP', ignoring naysayers to boldly move forward on this most powerful natural climate solution. Image: City of Tucson Mayor Regina Romero's Office

Jad Daley

President and CEO, American Forests

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