60 oaks for Göttingen (Germany)
On October 6th 2007, stundents of the Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg Gesamtschule (IGS) Göttingen planted 60 oaks.
Students collect for climate protection
Article form Schwäbische Zeitung online (October 20th 2007)
500 trees against climate change
On Saturday 150 students from 6 schools planted trees in Wiesbaden (Germany) … more
Article from hr online.de (October 30st 2007)
Minister calls upon stundets to save the climate!
Prof. Dr. Jens Goebel Minister for Education in Thuringia (Germany) encourages all students to take part in the Plant-for-the-Planet campaign. 12,800 trees have already been planted as part of the campaign. Klaus Töpfer, the UNEP's former Executive Director acts as patron for the students' initiative. … more (press release in German)
Beauty Planet Association: Driving Iran’s Mangrove Restoration Through Local Community EffortsIn the heart of the MENA-region (Middle East and North Africa), Iran is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate crisis. As of…
Fire in Ghana under controlFor some time, we have been able to keep fires away. Warning systems and preventive protective measures are constantly helping us to avoid fires…
Delegation from Plant-for-the-Planet at the COP15 in Montréal, CanadaThe 15th Conference of Parties for biodiversity meeting takes place in Canada’s lovely French city of Montréal from December 7 through December 19. About…
New member for our Educational Advisory Board: Waldo Soto BrunaWe are very happy to welcome a new member to our Educational Advisory Board: Waldo Soto Bruna. Among other things, Waldo is the Co-Founder…
This is our Global Board 2022/2023The Global Board is one essential part of Plant-for-the-Planet’s democratic structure and it’s elected once a year. We are very happy to welcome 12…
Bulindi Chimpanzee and Community Project: Restoring Ecosystems in Uganda and Harmony Between Wild Chimpanzees and Local CommunitiesLoss of forest cover and biodiversity can often bring conflict between humans and wildlife if left unaddressed. This is the case in Western Uganda…