Projects

Projects and WCAFI Local Forests

The WCAFI is an NGO that will invest in more Clean Air Projects around the globe.  If your organization, project or group is involved in planting trees or other environmentally beneficial activities, please contact us to find out how you can start to receive funding from the WCAFI.

We are already trying to arrange for local areas and park to be designated as WCAFI Clean Air Tree kit planting areas.  The idea is that we will create local Clean Air Forests where you and your children can plant your seedlings when they are ready.  Of course you can plant your Clean Air Tree where ever you like, but the local forests will be great!  Imagine our children being able to show their children the trees and parks that they created when they were young.  And they can tell the story whilst being sat under their very own Clean Air Tree!  Want to help us create local Clean Air Forests.

Local Clean Air Forests

For each Clean Air Tree kit sold the WCAFI will also plant another tree with our Tree planting partners around the world
Clean Air Projects that the WCAFI has invested in can be found below.

Projects

  • Trees for the future

    http://www.treesftf.org/about.htm
    Since 1989, Trees for the Future has been helping communities around
    the world plant trees. Through seed distribution, agroforestry
    training, and our country programs, we have empowered rural groups to
    restore tree cover to their lands. Planting trees protects the
    environment and helps to preserve traditional livelihoods and cultures
    for generations.
    100,000 trees

  • Global Marshall Plan

    http://www.globalmarshallplan.org/
    The Global Marshall Plan Initiative is aiming at improved and binding
    frameworks for the global economy, which create balance between
    economy, environment, society and culture.

    700 trees

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