What is Plant-for-the-Planet? Plant-for-the-Planet is a global movement of children.

It was started in 2007 in Germany by 9-year-old Felix who had to do a school assignment on climate change. Inspired by the example of Wangari Maathai, he called upon his peers to plant millions of trees to stop climate change. Today, children in more than 90 countries have planted trees for climate justice. Goals 1 million trees in each country of the world planted by children 1 million children trained as Climate Justice Ambassadors 3-Point-Plan to Save Our Future: 1 – Carbon into the museum, 2 – Climate justice, 3 – A trillion trees How can I participate? Upload your trees or climate-related activities to www.plant-for-the-planet.org Start a Plant-for-the-Planet Club at your school, meet and do activities once a month Organize a Plant-for-the-Planet Academy Plant-for-the-Planet Academies • 1-day workshop (minimum 3-4 hours) • Participants get trained as Climate Justice Ambassadors, pledge to get active at least once a month • Concrete action plan is made during the Academy • Ambassadors get a certificate, a t-shirt and a book • Children and youth 8-16 years, usually ~5 selected participants plus one adult per school (multipliers) • So far 10'000 Ambassadors trained in 150 Academies in 15+ countries What do I need for an Academy at my school? A hall/room for 50-100 kids where a powerpoint presentation can be projected A date If possible: projector, planting space, trees, refreshments, lunch, sponsors for t-shirts

Contact: Kjell Kühne, kjell.kuehne@plant-for-the-planet.org, www.plant-for-the-planet.org

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