In the face of the climate crisis, we can all play our part in growing positive and practical solutions. Trees help to tackle the climate crisis while supporting communities to prepare for the changes it will bring.
Donate to the Root for Change appeal this Christmas to support people like Baata to build resilience to the effects of the climate crisis and grow the roots for a better, greener future.
Trees have been proven to be one of the most effective solutions in the fight against the climate crisis. They have the power to change the environment and the lives of those who depend on them.
For the people we work with, trees mean stability. Their roots stop soil and nutrients being washed away in floods and store water for the dry season, helping crops to grow. Roots are the support system for trees, absorbing nutrients and storing water to make each tree thrive.
As the world faces a climate emergency, we can all play our part to plant trees, protect natural resources and restore land to build resilience to climate shocks and extreme weather events.
Trees are drought and flood-resistant so provide an alternative source of food and income when crops get washed away in floods or die in drought. With your support, people can grow trees to ensure they are ready for what the future holds.
With a little action from a lot of people, together we can join to make bold steps to tackle the climate crisis.