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Meet the man cloning the world's oldest trees to fight climate change
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I planted one tree and offset the carbon footprint of my entire life
This innovative scheme in the UK aims to establish giant sequoia trees outside of their natural habitat.
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As the latest IPCC report stresses the need to remove carbon from our atmosphere as soon as possible, some are calling for more natural solutions.
Meet the lumberjills: Are female foresters the future for woodlands?
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Can a love of music unite people in the fight against climate change?
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Free trees are being handed out to the entire population in Wales
People who cannot take part in the scheme can choose for a free tree to be planted on their behalf.
Ukraine is going to plant one billion trees to fight climate change
Trees naturally absorb carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas produced by burning fossil fuels, like oil and coal. Forests act as huge carbon sinks, draining heat-trapping CO2.
Instagram's pet-sharing-tree-planting trend is definitely a scam
A new feature suddenly appeared on photos of pets a couple of days ago. But it's not what it seems.
Wizz Air CEO calls carbon offsetting ‘a bit of a joke’
József Váradi also described the environmental measure as greenwashing.
Capturing carbon is slow and difficult - is nature the answer?
"The idea of just planting trees everywhere as a solution is fundamentally misguided. We cannot plant a blanket of trees and hope to save the world.”
How to tell the difference between tree-planting schemes and scams
As more companies use trees to lure in customers, Ariel Maldonado explains how to spot a greenwashing scam.
Which country is planting a tree for every baby that is born?
How a reforesting scheme first launched over a decade ago formed one of the world’s most effective environmental partnerships.
Ethiopia’s 'progressive' approach to tackling climate change explained
AEPAC Chairman Mesfin Tegenu explains how Ethiopia’s approach to combatting the climate crisis is innovative and promotes citizen engagement.
More trees and wetter weather could save Europe from climate change
A new study suggests that planting 20 per cent more trees in Europe could increase rainfall.