Over 9600 hectares were restored during 2022 – that’s almost 13.5 million trees.
An avalanche of climate commitments began in 2019. By 2020, cities, regions and companies with a combined revenue of over $11.4 trillion were pursuing net zero emissions.
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We have a real conundrum: while it may be difficult and risky to work with nature—the recent fires, droughts and floods serve as a reminder of the challenges we face—protecting and restoring forests is our best chance to win the race against climate change and at the same time put a halt on catastrophic biodiversity loss.
Engaging your employees with your partnership with WeForest doesn’t always mean getting Tim from accounts into the field with a shovel.
As for most organisations, COVID-19 has meant that we haven’t had many chances to get together with our colleagues at WeForest lately. In May, all that changed!
This World Water Day, here’s water, cloud nucleation and forestry expert Zach Weiss presenting water as Earth’s blood – moving through the planet’s circulatory system and bringing life to land.
To date, we’ve restored more than 47,000 hectares – that’s more than 60 million trees protected and regenerating.
WeForest is honoured to have been awarded a 2021 Mother Teresa Memorial Award for Social Justice.
On April 10 our CEO will be a speaker at the UNCCD event.