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Here are some of the places we've planted so far:
The Peruvian Amazon Rainforest
A mangrove reforestation project in Sundarbans, a cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal which spans across India and Bangladesh
The ecosystem in the Sundarbans is considered a natural wonder of the world due to its bird, fish, mammal, and amphibian biodiversity, as well as being known as one of the most famous tiger zones on the planet - home to the endangered Bengal Tiger.
A large concern for the area is its rising sea levels due to climate change. Areas of coastal land have already collapsed through the years from aggressive storms. But restoring mangrove trees will provide many benefits to the Sundarbans, including reducing the impact of rising stormwaters, enhancing biodiversity, and providing a social impact to local communities via climate resilience and healthy fisheries.
These mangroves become breeding nurseries for small fish, crab, and other crustaceans, all while sequestering carbon and acting as a protective buffer zone for the community against tidal waves and cyclonic storms.
New South Wales, Australia
An area that experienced unprecedented destruction during the 2019-2020 Australia wildfires.New South Wales is home to some of the most iconic of Australia's wildlife - koalas, wombats, and kangaroos to name a few - and their habitat is rapidly declining.