Experts discuss on the BBC if planting trees can help tackle the climate crisis (starts at 1312)

Professor Tom Crowther of ETH Zurich University tells us how many trees could have a meaningful impact on global carbon dioxide levels. Darren Woodcroft of the Woodland Trust explains his organization’s plans for planting trees in the UK. Malian singer Inna Modja, discusses The Great Green Wall in Africa which reflects the ambition to reforest an 8,000km belt across the degraded landscapes of the Sahel. And, Dr Susan Cook, forest restoration scientist at The Nature Conservancy discusses if planting a billion trees is feasible. The short answer is yes.

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