Today’s children are the least responsible for climate change, but they are the ones who will live with its consequences
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake
As our climate continues to change, scientific understanding and global acceptance confirms that forests play a critical role in human survival on this planet.
Not only do trees provide clean air to breathe, they also regulate weather, provide food, shelter and income for 1.6 billion people on earth.
1.6 Billion people on earth rely on forests for their livelihood
One single tree provides the daily oxygen supply for 4 people
Planting new forests on arid and degraded land positively impacts both people and planet;
Reforesting 100+ hectares of degraded land in Minawao Refugee Camp, CameroonRead more
This project provides employment for 200 refugees for 2 years
Pedro Marquez, Tijuana Innovadora
Reforestation is so important to our children and the future of the community in Tijuana