Peru has a great program that is designed to combat climate change – they’re planting 512,820 tress per day on average.
Peruâ€™s Ministry of Agriculture has decided to single handedly attempt to mitigate the effects of climate change using a nation-wide tree planting project.
The campaign began on 13th December, and aims to have 40 million trees planted by 20th February.
Forty million trees in three months. Thatâ€™s the same as 512,820 trees per day. Which is a lot of tree planting.
A workforce of 130,000 people, in fact, with each person planting an average 4.5 trees per day.