One Trillion Trees Is Not Enough

Last remnant of Chile’s Nothofagus alessandrii forests surrounded by forest plantations. Source: Cristian Echeverría

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Passionate about harnessing the power of the free market to solve humanity’s biggest adaptation challenge.

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