In San Marino four million new trees to save the planet
(…) Stefano Mancuso has launched a proposal: humanity undertakes to plant 1,000 billion trees over the next few years, the only living form capable of transforming carbon dioxide into oxygen. According to Mancuso, it would be a non-definitive possibility of salvation, but at least humanity could enjoy a further 70 years to transform the “hammer” into a possibility of non-definitive salvation, as it is today in the hands of a child, in one tool to build the future. 1,000 billion trees represent about 125 trees for every inhabitant of the planet, requiring limited spaces of no more than three square meters per plant. Translating these numbers for San Marino, we would have the task of planting about 4,375,000 new trees and the necessary area would be about 1350 hectares, that is 22% of the territory. (…)
Article taken from The Serenissima
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