WHO ARE CLIMATE CHAMPIONS?
Climate Champions are people proving it’s possible to make a massive impact on the planet in a short amount of time. Climate Champions raise funds with friends to replant forests—ten thousand trees at a time–all over the world–to help restore Nature.
The Climate and its Climate Champions have partnered with over 30 tree-planting organizations around the globe who do the hard work of replanting and regrowing forests.
Mostly because it’s fun to restore Nature by raising funds with friends! Also—and this is key– without Nature, there is no healthy, living Earth. No plants. No animals. No us.
Scientists agree that the fastest way to help restore nature is to plant a trillion trees. The fastest way to do that is to replant forests around the world, ten thousand trees at a time. According to the Arbor Foundation, ten thousand trees can capture a half million pounds of CO2 each year—that’s like taking 50 cars off the road or not burning a quarter million pounds of coal.
Now. It’s time to move fast and grow trees.
Right now, The Climate’s tree planting partners are offering opportunities to replant forests in Europe: in France, Germany or Spain; in the USA in California, the Pacific Northwest or West Virginia; and to replant mangrove forests in Madagascar, each, ten thousand trees at a time.
HOW CAN I BECOME A CLIMATE CHAMPION?
You can join our team by clicking on the Donate button below–or better yet—you can start your own team of Climate Champions! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us help you and your friends prove that a small group of people can have a massive impact in a short amount of time.
Join our team – let’s do this together!
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