The Perfect World Foundation’s tree planting project, The Attenborough Forest, has recently made progress in Kenya. In line with the country’s initiative to plant 15 billion trees by 2032, The Perfect World Foundation planted seedlings in three schools and the community over the Easter weekend.
The Attenborough Forest is a global initiative that aims to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by planting trees, saving rainforests, and restoring mangrove forests. The project also creates wildlife habitats, brings knowledge and food to local communities, revives biodiversity, and fights climate change.
Kenya is currently facing a destructive drought that kills hundreds of wild animals such as elephants, zebras, and wildebeests.