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Green Guardians: We Don't Have Time & Trees for Future Unite for a Sustainable Tomorrow

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"Illustrations indicating the effects of climate change, if we continue the deforestation and destruction of our environment''
In a world where the absence of trees is unimaginable, these silent giants stand as the unsung heroes of our planet, embodying the very essence of life. Trees not only bestow beauty upon our surroundings but also serve as the pillars of sustenance for countless ecosystems. Without them, the very food we cherish would cease to exist, from luscious papayas to refreshing coconuts, each product of their bountiful provision.
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"A great visitor attending one of our function at mount Kenya university and they planted trees of memories in the institution"

However, the significance of trees transcends mere nourishment; they act as nature's guardians, staunchly defending our lands against the ravages of erosion. In a landscape where fertile soils are at constant risk of being stripped bare by wind and rain, trees serve as nature's steadfast defense, anchoring the earth with their roots and shielding it with their branches.
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"Above we are doing campaign at Kenyatta University campaigning to all generations that they have right to protect the planet, as we don't have planet B"
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"A great visitor attending one of our function at mount Kenya university and they planted trees of memories in the institution"
Breathing in the crisp, clean air, have you ever pondered its source? Look no further than the nearest tree. Through the wondrous process of photosynthesis, trees exhale life-giving oxygen while absorbing carbon dioxide, a vital exchange that sustains both humans and animals alike. Moreover, the comfort of seeking refuge under a leafy canopy on a scorching summer day is unparalleled.
Trees provide shade, offering respite from the relentless sun, and in doing so, they also cool the air around us. But their generosity extends far beyond mere shade; through the intricate process of transpiration, trees play a pivotal role in regulating our planet's water cycle, ensuring a steady flow of freshwater for all.
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'' Instilling hope to our children's and generations that we can do it''
Yet, perhaps even more remarkable are the medicinal marvels hidden within their leaves, bark, and roots. From the ancient neem tree to countless others, trees offer a treasure trove of remedies for ailments big and small, their healing touch revered for centuries. However, despite their undeniable importance, our world is facing a crisis. Deforestation threatens to unravel the delicate balance of nature, leading to catastrophic consequences for all life forms. But there is hope. Across the globe, individuals and organizations are banding together to plant trees and reclaim lost forests. One such initiative is Trees for Future, awarded the prestigious title of UN World Restoration Flagship for their empowering work with African farmers
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'' Tree planting in One of school events at Kenya''.
Give Climate Love 💚 to Trees for the Future: TREES Named UN World Restoration Flagship for empowering African farmers | We Don't Have Time


Trees for the Future (TREES) has been named one of seven UN World Restoration Flagships for its work in empowering African farmers to combat environmental degradation. Congratulations! 💚 Spanning from Senegal to Tanzania
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"We Don't Have Time-Kenya Chapter team in collaboration with Trees for Future''
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'Above is certificate We Don't Have Time, got recognized by one of their partners for their contribution in tree planting for everyone who joins the platform or writes a review that hits 50 agrees and above''
Their collaboration with We Don't Have Time has yielded remarkable results, with over 160,000 trees planted, and the We Don't Have Time Kenya chapter alone has contributed over 10,000 trees to this cause where we have planted trees in learning institutions, companies, along river banks, in estates and many more places . You can join the challenge and help us plant a forest through



''Great Link where together we can plant more trees, join us''.
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''One of the running We Don't Have Time Challenges of tree planting... Where together we can plant forest join us using above link-:)'' From the grassroots efforts of Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai to the tireless work of conservationists everywhere, the movement for reforestation is gaining momentum. Each tree planted is a beacon of hope, a symbol of resilience in the face of adversity. So, let's heed the call of the wild, embrace the spirit of stewardship, and together, ensure that our planet remains a vibrant, thriving oasis for all. The time to act is now. Let's conserve our environment, plant more trees, and pave the way for a brighter tomorrow. Our actions today will shape the world of tomorrow. Together, we are the solution to climate change. Together, we can make a lasting impact.
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''Above is one of our Kenyan icon and Nobel peace prize winner 2024 Wangari Mathai in one of her past events''.
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''Above is Kenyan team, planting trees in Thika Estates''.
Below is a depiction in some areas in our African communities

The value of trees in some parts of Africa, the shade protects humans as we do (baraza) or meetings.
The value of trees in some parts of Africa, the shade protects humans as we do (baraza) or meetings.


  • Cate Wangari

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    Generally I like article ,it speaks volumes and reality in the ground in our mother nature

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    • Brandy Russell

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      Will keep following and reading on this and agreeing,y Great work you guys!! And this is amazing!! 🫶💧🌱🌳

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        Amazing initiative.We don't have time's greening efforts in Kenya have been enormous.Keep doing great

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        • Patrick Kiash

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          @rukia_ahmed_abdi Thanks for always being part of this initiative with your wonderful environmental clubs.

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        • walter lungayi

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          This was a great initiative, am happy i participated and would love to continue participating in such initiatives.

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          • Patrick Kiash

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            @walter_lungayi Thank you, today We Don't Have Time-Kenya we are going to plant over 150 trees with other organisations near Ananas. The event will start at 9:00 Am. Perhaps you can join us.

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            • walter lungayi

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              @patrick_kiash saw your comment late. wish you could have sent a text via WhatsApp or a call. Its just near where I stay. but no worries next time will be.

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