Peru has a great program that is designed to combat climate change – they’re planting 512,820 tress per day on average.
Peru’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. That’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.