Campaign aims to plant enough trees to offset Trump’s climate policies

Signal of change / Campaign aims to plant enough trees to offset Trump’s climate policies

By Carol Brighton / 23 Oct 2017

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ClimateAction: #TrumpForest project crowdsources tree planting 2 counter @POTUS policies. Goto @eden_reforest #SignalofChange #NatureAtWork https://t.co/jUd6vwg8Xv

Yale Environment 360 on Twitter

A campaign aims to plant enough trees to offset Trump's climate policies. They'll need to plant ~37,000 sq. miles. https://t.co/MVUonSjFGT

Campaigners Plant 130,000 Trees to Create "Trump Forest"

A New Zealand-based campaign has planted more than 130,000 trees to help offset the impacts of President Donald Trump's climate change policies, creating what it calls the " Trump Forest."



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