Can we choose to wake up and restore our planet as a collective expression of love?
There is a powerful solution to climate change ~ the radical reforestation of our planet. Trees restore life in so many amazing ways, yet humanity is currently planting only half of what we cut globally. It’s time to change that by invoking a reforestation revolution.
That’s why TreeSisters is launching their Billion Trees Campaign – a multi-year campaign that begins with an exciting seven week journey of online events, starting October 19th. Their ‘Journey to a Billion Trees’ will be a transformational journey to inspire, ignite and catalyze you to become a force of nature on behalf of nature.
The TreeSisters global network of women is currently planting a million trees a year and now it’s time to play all out for our planet and start the journey to plant one billion every year. Would you like to be part of a circle of women who are taking a stand on behalf of life? This will be a journey of discovery together, a radically different kind of environmental campaign with an inner and outer experience of personal transformation and positive, green, leafy action designed to give you a beautiful, hope-filled and genuinely life and planet changing experience.
We stand at a huge threshold where our behaviours are no longer sustainable for our ecology, yet we know in our hearts that together we can shape the future that we need to create for future generations. We can do this, together.
Giving yourself is a miracle.
Your care and energy are gifts that change the world.
The dreams that you share
Are the soil out of which anything can happen,
And together, with full hearts and willing hands
We can weave a future that looks back smiling,
Reminding us about who we chose to become.
~ Clare Dubois
We plant trees to restore ecosystems and livelihoods whilst increasing protection against the extremes of climate change in multiple regions of the tropical forest belt. We do this in ways that recreate and restore natural forest ecosystems using indigenous species, fostering local knowledge and skills, and promoting women’s participation. We strive to do it intelligently, appropriately, respectfully and successfully.
Forests play a vital role in the hydrological cycles of our world, sequester the atmospheric carbon dioxide that is driving climate change and provide the most biodiverse regions on earth. When trees are removed, vibrant ecosystems are often overfarmed, eroded and rendered infertile in a cascade effect that is mirrored with social decline, grinding poverty and climate extremes.
Reforestation can rapidly reverse these trends, stabilizing and nourishing the soils, restoring watersheds, revitalizing dry springs and providing good quality water to large populations living downstream.