The Big Climate Fight Back

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The Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fight Back is hoping to encourage one million people to plant a tree to help combat climate change.

They have chosen November 30th as it is the start of the traditional tree planting season. The day also falls in National Tree Week, a week of tree planting organised by the Tree Council and is also Tree Charter Day – a national day of celebration of trees and woods.

Tree planting is a great way to help in the fight against climate change as trees absorb carbon, fight flooding, reduce pollution, nurture wildlife and make landscapes more resilient.

If you’d like to plant a tree or donate towards the campaign visit the Woodland Trust’s website here.

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