Trillion Trees Partnership

Founding Year: 2017



Our planet once had 6 trillion trees and now has only 3 trillion, losing 10 billion/year; this 25-year initiative by the World Wildlife Fund, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and BirdLife International seeks to catalyze large-scale investments to protect, restore, and replant 1 trillion trees in at-risk landscapes, reinforcing the Bonn Challenge to restore 350 million hectares of forests by 2030.

Trillion Trees Partnership contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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