Scaling Action for Nature: A Blueprint for a Sustainable Future

Last updated: 25th January 2024

The complex and intricate systems of nature, vital for sustaining life on Earth, are in danger of being lost. At this moment in our planet’s history, the need for decisive action has never been greater. It's time to turn the conversation toward a key element of the solution: equitable development that directs funds toward the stewards of our planet’s biodiversity.

In the latest addition to Terraformation’s Who Will Speak for the Trees? essay series, Dr. Tom Crowther, professor of Global Ecosystem Ecology at ETH Zürich, and Yishan Wong, CEO of Terraformation, describe how we can achieve long-term climate benefits by restoring our planet’s forests — but only if restoration projects benefit local people and biodiversity.

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About this series: At a time when human economic development is prioritized over the needs of nature, the Who Will Speak for the Trees? series features top reforestation leaders with a broad range of restoration expertise, including climate tech, monitoring, science, finance, media, and more. These diverse voices offer expert viewpoints to instill confidence in how humanity can support nature to deliver a forested future for all living things on Earth. 

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