Forests

This Dutch scheme is using free trees to tackle climate change

Meer Bomem Nu has come up with the idea of collecting young trees and shrubs from areas where they aren’t wanted and giving them away to civilians and farmers to replant. Image: UNSPLASH/Kasturi Laxmi Mohit

Charlotte Edmond

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