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When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the

The best time to plant trees was yesterday, the next best time is now!

Trees have a massive part to play in the fight against climate change…

We are running awareness campaign through social media platforms about Climate Change and Global Warming with our Page "We Don't Deserve This Planet".

But seeing recent pictures of forests in the Amazon, California, Australia, Uttarakhand & North East on fire stirred something within us.

First it was anger, followed by frustration & finally disappointment.

Trees are the answer. Trees suck carbon dioxide out of the air & if we plant enough trees our theory is, it will have a massive impact in the fight against climate change.

After doing more research. The theory is backed up by scientists in this Guardian article …

They say. Planting billions of trees across the world is by far the biggest & cheapest way to tackle the climate crisis. As trees grow, they absorb and store the carbon dioxide emissions that are driving global heating.

New research by these scientists estimate a worldwide tree planting program could remove two-thirds of all the emissions that have been pumped into the atmosphere by human activities.

A figure the scientists describe as “mind-blowing”.

we need billions of trees to reverse the effects of climate change.

So. That’s what we are going to do. Plant some trees…

We’re not going to do it alone. we need your help too.

In it’s simplest term

And all our team are passionate about the environment & want to do something to fight climate change.

But we need your help..

WWPCE ( Worldwide project for Conservation of Environment ) team plant trees at different places in India.

Our Plantation Drive will start from 25th July 2021.
For update and our work follow our Instagram :

Thanks and Regards 

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