Trillion Trees is the united force of BirdLife International, Wildlife Conservation Society and WWF. Together we protect and restore forests all over the world – for the benefit of people, nature and the climate.
The Trillion Trees ReForest Fund is restoring forests all over the world for the benefit of people, nature and the climate - for generations to come
We joined forces to urgently speed up and scale up the positive power of forests. Together, we are committed to protect and restore one trillion trees, for the benefit of people, nature and a stable climate.
Home to the world’s second largest rainforest spanning six countries, the forest of the Congo Basin is one of earth’s most biodiverse and spectacular. It plays a vital role in carbon storage and in ecological services that thousands of people rely upon.Read
A new Trillion Trees study shows that prioritising the restoration of degraded forest, not just cleared lands, could help meet climate and biodiversity goals more rapidlyRead
Less well known than its famous neighbour the Amazon, the Atlantic Forest used to be one of the world’s largest forests, covering 1 million square kilometres on the eastern coastlines of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Now, only around 17% of it remains across the biome – making it the most threatened of all tropical forests.Read
Principles of Restoration Communications published with 1t.org, UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, Nature4Climate and Laura de Molière PhDRead
The Trillion Trees partners focus on three imperatives that have been determined to have the highest impact on increasing global forest cover: