Last January, billionaires and politicians gathered for the World Economic Forum to discuss ways to keep our unstable climate from becoming unlivable. The solution? Tackling a global goal to plant one trillion trees by 2030.
Researchers estimated that we could restore nearly a billion hectares of tree canopy which could, “… store more than 200 gigatonnes of carbon, or about a quarter of the carbon currently in our atmosphere in the form of heat-trapping gases like CO2 and methane.”
However, to plant a trillion trees would require 143,000 people working non-stop over the course of a decade. The same goal could be reached using 2,800 aerial drones, each operated by a pilot. How’s that for productivity?
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