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Time is short. To achieve the huge-scale, rapid change the world needs, we have to think big, act fast, and invest effectively for impact for people, nature and the climate.

This is not about financial returns. We need nature to return.

Your investment in Trillion Trees projects can reshape the future of forests on our planet.


Why Trillion Trees?

A powerful united force for forests

Trillion Trees brings together the power of three of the world’s largest conservation organizations – BirdLife International, Wildlife Conservation Society and WWF. We combine decades of experience and measurable success to test and evolve innovative models for forest conservation. Together we have the power to influence international policy and mobilise our implementation network in over 60 countries.

Science-led for lasting impact

We focus efforts on quality interventions in high-impact areas that do actually move the needle. We consider the wider context and delicate balance between people, nature and climate to find solutions for forests that work for all and in the long term.


We measure our impact

We hold ourselves accountable for our actions. Projects are closely monitored to stay on track and ensure money is going to where it matters most.

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Where we work

We work across the globe with our partners, these are just some of our projects delivering impact for people, nature and the climate.

Nam Et Phou Louey National Park, Lao PDR

Restoring degraded forest to build resilience for Laos’ most important National Park


Usambara Mountains, Tanzania

Restoring the Usambara Mountains, lowlands and coastal forests that are critical water sources


Kaptagat, Kenya

Restoring a degraded Kenyan landscape for people, nature and elite athletes