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Trillion Trees

Trillion Trees is the united force of WWF, BirdLife International and Wildlife Conservation Society. Together we will protect and restore forests, to absorb carbon, generate employment, and protect biodiversity.

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ReForest Fund 2021 annual report

ReForest Fund 2021 annual report

The Trillion Trees ReForest Fund supports forest restoration across a portfolio of sites where our partners have long-term conservation programmes. We made our first grants in 2021, and are pleased to release the first annual report!

Our projects focus on recovering and regrowing natural forests, but we take a landscape approach, using a wide range of methods and look for opportunities to improve livelihoods and address the underlying drivers of deforestation. This ensures our efforts make a lasting contribution to reducing carbon in the atmosphere and preserving critical biodiversity.

To download the report and learn more about the ReForest Fund please visit https://trilliontrees.org/reforest-fund/

Trillion Trees 2021 Impact Report

Trillion Trees 2021 Impact Report


Over the last year, forests played centre stage in global commitments, but we need more support to help turn these pledges into action. In our annual impact report, you can see how Trillion Trees has been working to make this happen, and we will continue to do so thanks to generous supporters like you.

From Peru to Papua New Guinea our partners are working together with local communities to build sustainable livelihoods, protect precious forests and restore and better manage degraded lands.

Guide to Investing in Forest Restoration

Guide to Investing in Forest Restoration

In the wake of unprecedented commitments and financial pledges for forests made at the UNFCCC COP26 conference, Trillion Trees has launched an online tool to provide practical guidance for investing in good forest restoration that will provide multiple social and environmental benefits. Whether someone donates to Trillion Trees or not, we hope the guide helps people better understand what good quality programmes look like. 

Key questions from the Trillion Trees Investment Guide

1) Does the project prioritise the protection of standing forests? 74 billion tons of CO2 are stored in intact forest landscapes across the world - equalling nearly two years of global emissions from all sectors. We must first protect what we have.

2) Where is the restoration happening? ‘Right trees in the right places’ is a vital consideration for long term impact.

3) Are local people involved? Long term success of restoration is closely linked to community engagement

4) How does the project affect the plants and animals in and around it? Maintaining biodiversity is key to nature-positive climate action

5) Does the initiative track and measure progress and outcomes? Monitoring and assessment of restoration projects is vital to the success of global forest conservation efforts.

You can check out the tool here here: https://trilliontrees.org/trillion-trees-guide-to-investing-in-forest-restoration/