Earth Day 2022: 3 amazing projects that are tackling climate change with trees

Earth Day 2022: Earth Day takes place on 22 April each year. Image: Unsplash/Noah Buscher

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EcoTree’s forest at Cleden Poher in Brittany. Image: EcoTree

Instant city greenery - a pop-up forest in New York. Image: PopUp Forest

The Congo Basin holds 11% of Earth’s above-ground carbon. Image: Uplink/Chloris Geospatial

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