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Taking root? Tree-planting new trend in eco-conscious Davos

Terra Daily Wednesday, 22 January 2020
Taking root? Tree-planting new trend in eco-conscious DavosDavos, Switzerland (AFP) Jan 21, 2020

It's a green policy that everyone can get behind. In Davos this year, leaders and tycoons, including the world's leading climate sceptic Donald Trump, offered to plant trees to help the planet. Finding common ground on global warming was no small accomplishment on the first day of this year's World Economic Forum that was dominated by speeches by Trump and teenage climate warrior, Greta
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