these are all good questions. I definitely need to reconsider any donation until questions are answered.
I'll do one better, I will come and help you plant.
only when you explain in detail how you will use the money, acknowledge payment or issue receipts for it and open your books showing your yearly report of spending will I consider...
The nonprofit Conservancy has traveled far beyond its humble beginnings, when it relied on small donors and acquired a few small plots at a time. Its governing board and advisory council now include executives and directors from one or more oil companies, chemical producers, auto manufacturers, mining concerns, logging operations and coal-burning electric utilities.
Please visit, http://www.howstuffworks.com/plant-billion-trees-campaign.htm to learn more about how The Plant A Billion Trees campaign works.
the restoration action of this Campaign is focused in priority areas as riparian and steep areas. Those areas are protected by Forest Code Act and also, in Brazil, every secondary forest is protected by Atlantic Forest law. So, if we get to restore those areas to a condition of secondary forest they will be protected by two legal instruments. Best. http://www.plantabillion.org/
Thank you for answering that question! I am now happy and inspired to contribute.
according to this website there are already 13,815,744 trees being planted - can I see the pictures, please ?
How can I know that you're correctly using my money? I need a proof of it.
Here's how it works Vinicius, http://www.howstuffworks.com/plant-billion-trees-campaign.htm
None of the trees planted will be in the US? Is this correct?
All of the trees will be planted in Brazil, in the Atlantic Forest.
Will you count the blight resistant American Chestnut trees I planted at my home in VA? (2) or the trees my cub scouts planted?
Thank you for your support!
Are they planting a wide variety of seedlings to match the trees native to the area? Trees are better than no trees, but too many of one variety can make them susceptible to pests or disease. Can you tell us more about what they are planting?
Hi Diana, learn more about the trees by visiting, http://www.plantabillion.org/
I have 30 pines 5 desiduous antwo fruit trees. I am adding another fruit tree
I wish a nature charity would consider replanting some of the thousands of mature trees that are wiped out in each natural disater like tornados, hurricanes and fires here in the US.