Making Tel Aviv a Green City by 2030 through Massive Tree Planting Campaign

An environmental action plan for creating an Urban Forest in Tel Aviv
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$1,400,000

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Project: As a green initiative to help cope and fight the effects of climate change, the municipality will plant a tree or provide a tree for planting, for every boy and girl born in Tel Aviv-Yafo.

Objective: Planting 100,000 trees until 2030 to define Tel Aviv as a green city

Need: Tel Aviv requires a living breathing ecosystem to offset the impact of climate change.

Impact: Providing a new ecological environment for wildlife and a sustainable future

Requested Donation (total cost of 100,000 trees):  $1,400,000

Requested Donation:  Donation can be for a certain amount of trees and is flexible

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