A 2019 study from the Swiss Institute of Integrative Biology suggested that planting 1 trillion trees would dramatically reduce the amount of carbon in the atmosphere and significantly help stop global climate change. Mar 10, 2020
A trillion trees sounds like an impossible goal. But every time you plant a tree in your yard, on school grounds, or in your neighborhood open spaces, you reduce greenhouse gas because they are natural carbon absorbers (a mature tree can absorb up to 48lbs of carbon a year).
Every time you plant a tree, you are part of the solution for reducing and stopping the effects of global warming. For more information about planting trees visit:
There are other things you can do to take care of Mother Earth as well:
We can continue to recycle properly and phase out our consumption of single-use plastics (recycling just 1 lb. of plastic #1 saves 22.9 kWh of energy and 47.4 lbs. of CO2 emissions).
Support programs like www.4ocean.com whose products are made from reclaimed ocean plastics. One pound of plastic is removed from the ocean for every item purchased.
We can commit to reducing the 1/3rd of food that is wasted globally by composting, shopping smart, and meal planning.
Switch to organic produce.The good news is that organic systems that emphasize soil health help farmers and ranchers increase resilience to the impacts of climate change. … Organic systems do this by capturing and storing more carbon (CO2) in the soil (carbon sequestration). They also release fewer greenhouse gases. Apr 27, 2020
To learn more about how organically grown fruits and vegetables help the environment visit:
For information on how to start a compost pile of your own visit: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/gardening/advice/a23945/start-composting/
Contact local food banks or soup kitchens to see if they will accept your food donations.
We can incorporate more plant-based meals into our diets.
Every small thing we do makes a difference when each of us pitches in. Planet Earth is our home…the only home we have. We owe it to ourselves and to all the plants and animals we depend on to be good stewards of the earth. Please pass this on and share it.