Photos: Bermuda National Trust Tree Planting

January 1, 2020 | 1 Comment

In an effort to start the new decade on an environmentally friendly note, the Bermuda National Trust [BNT] held an event today [Jan 1], aimed at ensuring 50 trees were planted at various locations across Bermuda in celebration of their 50th anniversary.

A Bermuda Climate Action Network spokesperson previously said, “The newly formed Climate Action Network supports the National Trust event and encourages people to sign up to help at one of the locations. This is part of Bermuda CAN’s Vision 2020 campaign, which aims to get 2,020 trees planted in Bermuda by the end of 2020.

“The campaign is one of the ways that everyone can make a difference – by adding trees to our ecosystem, each participant can help to mitigate the warming of the climate.”

“The climate has never changed at such a rapid pace as we are experiencing now. The global scientific community has reached a clear consensus on the potential existential danger.

“Islands and low-lying coastal locations will be the most impacted. While some may argue that Bermuda’s contribution to climate change is a mere drop in the bucket, we should be doing everything we can at home before looking to others to save the planet.”

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  1. Kathy says:

    Excellent initiative to start off the new year for Bermuda. Critical times call for exemplary ideas.

    Thank you CAN!

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