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Giving Tuesday: Make Your Pledge
By pledging to plant trees on Giving Tuesday, you are making a positive contribution to the environment, addressing climate change, and promoting sustainable practices that benefit both present and future generations. It's a tangible and impactful way to give back to the planet.
When you donate on Giving Tuesday, you are becoming a part of the solution by helping to address some of the most pressing environmental challenges that we face today. All proceeds will be directed to our global environmental fund, which supports projects around the world that are most in need of funding.
OF LAND-BASED SPECIES RELY ON FORESTS FOR THEIR SURVIVAL
people can be sustained for a year by the oxygen produced by one acre of forest
PEOPLE RELY ON FORESTS FOR THEIR LIVELIHOODS
HOW DO TREES COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE?
Trees are essential in the global battle against climate change. They act as carbon sinks, absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it, thereby helping to reduce the concentration of greenhouse gases.
By pledging today to donate on Giving Tuesday, you're not just investing in trees; you're planting for the future. Join us in this vital mission to combat climate change and ensure a brighter, greener tomorrow.
With climate change driving heavier and more frequent rainfall, inland flooding and storm surges have become increasingly destructive. Planting trees acts as a natural defense, offering protection against storm surges, increasing water absorption, and stabilizing the soil.
Droughts & Heat Waves
Trees provide essential shade and mitigate the Urban Heat Island effect, offering relief from heatwaves and aiding moisture retention in drought-prone regions.
Hurricanes & Rising Sea Levels
While trees can't halt rising sea levels, they serve as a buffer against hurricanes and flooding, absorbing excess water and releasing it as vapor, helping to protect vulnerable coastal communities from the growing threat of climate-related disasters.
The alarming rates of species extinction necessitate urgent action. Trees help by preserving wildlife habitat, curbing pollution, supporting ecosystems, safeguarding biodiversity and aiding species survival.
Escalating temperatures and unrelenting droughts have fueled a surge in wildfires worldwide. Although this trend is set to intensify, trees are part of the solution, as they combat the spread of fires, improve forest health, and reduce fire risk.