One Trillion Trees

Why a 1.5°C global climate goal needs responsible investment in trees

Natural Climate Solutions could deliver up to one third of the net emissions reductions required by 2030. Image: REUTERS

Gill Einhorn

Head, Innovation and Transformation, Centre for Nature and Climate, World Economic Forum

Betty Cremmins

Lead, Engagement, Nature-Based Solutions and, World Economic Forum

Ian Gunderson

Impact Specialist,, World Economic Forum

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Source: Consultation: Nature and Net-Zero, January 2021, World Economic Forum in collaboration with McKinsey & Company
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