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.
Through on the ground action, partnerships and policy engagement, Trillion Trees conservation efforts can reach
371 million people living in/near forests
There are 3,272 important species that serve as indicators of Key Biodiversity Areas where we work
319 Gigatons carbon dioxide secured where we work
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.
How one woman and a cooperative spice nursery are helping restore the forests of the Usambara Mountains, the ‘water towers’ of Northern TanzaniaRead
Trillion Trees, WWF and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have jointly published the first-ever comprehensive guide to tree growing, designed for use by faith groups across the world.Read
What do the outcomes of COP27 mean for forests?Read
The Trillion Trees partners focus on three imperatives that have been determined to have the highest impact on increasing global forest cover: