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The Tree Planting and Preservation Committee has created a series of action steps that explain the importance of planting and preserving trees to address the climate crisis. Other action steps provide suggestions on how to contribute to existing tropical and temperate forest restoration programs, and to participate in Northern California tree planting and watering activities.
Action 1. Study the various technology, land sink and behavior solutions to address climate change, including their potential impact and total cost.
Creating land sinks to capture carbon in the atmosphere by restoring and preserving forests are important solutions to address climate change.
According to Project Drawdown, Tropical Forest Restoration, Temperate Forest Restoration, and Tree Plantations (on degraded grounds) are all in the top 20 of 100 solutions to address climate change.
Learn more about the 100 possible solutions to climate change. Click twice on Sector in the link below to re-sort the list of solutions by type of sector. Scroll until you find all Land Sink Solutions. . Click on the words Tropical Forest Restoration, Temperate Forest Restoration, and Tree Plantations to read more about these solutions. Quickly scan the other 98 solutions.
Action 2. Study the various international and national organizations that plant and preserve trees.