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Adopt a tree
About Life Terra
What is Life Terra?
Where does Life Terra plant trees?
What types of trees will be planted? How will the project contribute to biodiversity?
Will the trees be monitored?
Who will be taking care of the trees after the planting?
Does Life Terra offer carbon credits or carbon offsets?
Do you have any educational resources I can use at school?
How does Life Terra engage people to take climate action?
How can I join a tree-planting event?
What should I bring to a tree-planting event?
Do you have any volunteer opportunities?
Are Terra Leaders paid?
I have land, can you help me restore it?
I’m interested in collaborating. What can we do together?
I want my company to get involved in the Life Terra project. How can we collaborate together?
Adopt a tree
How can I help by adopting trees?
Can I gift a tree to somebody else?
Where will my tree(s) be planted?
How can I pay for the trees?
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Can I name my tree?
Are there any additional costs after the donation?
I’m not from Europe. Can I donate from overseas?
When will I receive my trees?
If I don’t receive my trees immediately, how do I know when they will be planted?
Tag a tree
Can I tag any tree?
How can I tag my trees?
Do I need a Life Terra account to tag trees?
How can I follow my tree(s) growth?
Can I register the trees I already planted?
Can I plant/adopt trees and send them as a gift?
I received a tree as a gift. What should I do?
How does Life Terra ensure every tree is registered?
Why plant trees?
Is tree-planting the only solution to fight climate change (CC)?
We need short-term solutions. Trees take years to remove atmospheric CO2 significantly.
Is there enough space left in Europe to plan 500 million trees?
Why plant new trees? Shouldn’t we focus on maintaining existing forests?
Humans should not interfere by planting trees. Nature will regenerate by itself.
Why does Life Terra plant climate resilience trees?
How do we make sure the trees Life Terra is planting are being taken care of?