Trillion Trees is committed to achieving a world where one trillion trees have been re-grown, saved from loss and better protected by 2050.
Trillion Trees sets ambitious targets and we continuously measure our progress. Over the next five years, Trillion Trees aims to achieve:
Reduced deforestation in Partner landscapes
Improved forest protection
Quality forest restoration
Trillion Trees partner forest conservation efforts reach
We're helping protect over 18.3bn trees so far in select landscapes
We're helping restore over 1.8bn trees so far in select landscapes
Our organisations work in over 400m hectares of forest around the world
The forests our partners work in are storing over 100 GtCO2
There are around 66m people living in the forests we work in
The forests we work in are home to key indicator species for conservation
All estimates calculated as follows, using best available data for our landscapes in 2020: Hectares: based on TT partner forest landscapes; Carbon: Spawn et al. 2020; People: WorldPop; Species: Key Biodiversity Area trigger species. Data will be updated on a regular basis as new information is acquired.