Trillion Trees Initiative

Welcome to the world’s first trillion trees initiative who combines biodiversity loss concerns, climate protection solutions, cleantech, ecological forestry, ecosystem restoration, environmental protection, greening, greentech, reforestation, sustainable farming and species protection.

Trillion Trees Initiative Africa

„Climate protection, nature conservation and environmental protection is also species protection.“

The Trillion Trees Initiative and Greening Camps can reduce negative climate changes, deforestation, droughts, desertification, land degradation, floods and global warming worldwide – especially in human-made deserts, drylands and wastelands.

The initiative was started by Oliver Gediminas Caplikas in 2017 and is connected with Greening Deserts economical, educational, cultural, social, scientific and sustainable projects which really have big potential to reduce desertification and global warming, to improve healthy environments, Cleantech and Greentech developments, sustainable agriculture (EcoFarming) and ecological forestry (EcoForestry). Together with many innovative developments and sustainable projects the initiative want to plant over 100 Billion Trees and support other big tree planting actions to reach the trillion trees goal fast and efficient. Project developments like Agrophotovoltaik, Desert Bamboo Africa, Greening Coasts, Greening Drones, Greenhouse Ship, Green Ring Africa, Great Green Wall North Africa, Seeding Balloon and Transparent Solar Greenhouses can support. The official Trillion Trees Initiative (TTI) is really unique, because the members of the connected projects can cultivate, sow and plant many trees directly with the help of greening camps, balloons, greening buses or trucks, drones and planes – if seeds need to be covered by soil we will use seed balls.

This Trillion Trees Initiative do not just support other tree planting organisations. Other trillion trees initiatives write that they planted that trees or want to plant a trillion trees. In fact many of them have not planted any trees themselfs and they wont if you take a closer look. In some cases their partners or supporters are big polluters or questionable industries who try to do greenwashing or treewashing. They let others do that work, mostly by cheap workers and volunteers. In general it is ok if others will be supported to plant new trees, but pay them good money if they do important work for biodiversity and environmental protection ! To plant countless monocultures or monotonous tree plantations has nothing to do with ecological forestry, ethical business or fair trade. They do or will do more damages as improvements, especially if too much trees will be planted in ancient grasslands, savannas or wetlands. The main goal should be to stop deforestation, to improve ecosystem restoration and supporting the regeneration of existing natural forests which were affected by fires or pollution. To all that companies and groups out there ! Join our real climate, environmental and species protection initiative if you really want to improve the worldwide climate and environments. Many institutions, organisations and people were informed during the years, especially about the backgrounds and true history of the real Trillion Trees Initiative.

We want to be honest and work transparent. The future staff of the initiative will plant a lof of trees and can connect many awesome tree planting projects from around the world. So far as possible only native species will be planted, biodiversity experts and indigenous people will be included. We respect indigenous people who protect approx 80% of the world’s remaining forest biodiversity, including cultural, spiritual, social and environmental values. If Greening Deserts projects and the official Trillion Trees Initiative get enough financial support and can generate good income by the greening and research camps, developments and products, we can share much better our experiences with learning materials, various media, online or offline courses, workshops, etc.. The camps and projects can provide much work, generate a lot of jobs and income for each region. With appropriate funding and constructive support we can accelerate or improve the project developments and team building for each camp, as well as the whole infrastructure. Without money it is not possible to build up any of these camps and with too less support it needs many years more as planned, in this case other tree cultivation and tree planting projects cannot really be supported. We have not that time to wait longer and longer for all that promised support by officials or politicans. The projects need this year finally real active and financial support or it maybe will be too late. If you know the real backgrounds because of the keystone species, accelerating mass extinction and tipping points,.. you understand why we must act now or fast as possible. We must put these important points of species protection on the first place of all ‘green agendas’, whether it is the Green Deal, Greening Act, Trillion Trees Act or UN Convention on Biological Diversity.

Over 20.000 institutions, organisations and personalities were invited to join the official Trillion Trees Initiative during the last years. Many academics, ambassadors, environmentalists, developers, entrepreneurs, ministers, researchers or scientists and students showed interest. Most of them liked the ideas and developments of Greening Deserts and the Trillion Trees Initiative. Even some people of the EU Commission, UN and WHO became inspirated by the initiative. It is sad that some conservation and environmental organistations ignored Greening Deserts and the Trillion Trees Initiative, even after several friendly contact requests. We all should act and work together, but the society and world shows that it is not so easy, especially in these times of the crises, egoism, fears, ignorance and misunderstanding.

Just imagine all that actions, the attention and financial support in the Corona Crisis would be used to reduce the Climate Crisis. We really would change the world into a better one, prevent new crises, disasters and even new pandemics who are caused by environmental pollution, species extinction and weak environments. Climate adaption, global warming mitigration, ecological education, environmental resilience and species protection is now more important as ever before. Climate protection, nature conservation and environmental protection is also species protection – so it is human protection.

“We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic,” said World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

Over 10,000 of approx 60,000 tree species worldwide are threatened with extinction.
On the IUCN Red List over 1,400 tree species are listed as Critically Endangered (CR), in reality it are probably much more. Biodiversity, conservation and reforestation programs should care more about these critically endangered and keystone species. The Trillion Trees Initiative and Greening Camps in concerned regions could recultivate the critically endangered trees species. Each camp will have extra greenhouses and storage rooms for the seeds. Botanical gardens and other biodiversity projects can be connected.

The Critically Endangered Species Research and Protection Program (CES-RPP) will connect arborists, biodiversity experts, climate scientists, conservationists, natives, indigenous people, professionals and students. They can help us to find the most endangered species for the environmental greening and species protection actions. Together with AI, GIS and plant databases we can find and select the right trees and plant species for each region, habitat, climate or vegetation zone where we will start with greening and reforestation. School classes and volunteers can join the actions, they can learn a lot and use the camp area with botanical gardens, greenhouses, media room, workshops, etc. – even army troops can support the tree planting actions like scouts and rangers. They will do something real usefull and have good training courses. Many nations adopted that idea which was published by Greening Deserts in 2017. People from the region are also welcome to use the public offers and spaces at the camp. The lounge, media room and open outdoor areas invite to exchange with each other. The concept to connect culture, economy, science and society into the greening process with professional greening and research camps was developed during years. Many of the sustainable developments and projects are unique. Parts of the concept have great potential for refugee camps, greenhouses and community gardens for the refugees were demanded several times since 2016. We are happy if others became or become inspirated to do something good for the nature and humanity.

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – Chinese proverb

Join and support the official Trillion Trees Initiative. Visit the social pages and help to plant more trees worldwide.

Trillion Trees Initiative Facebook / Trillion Trees Initiative Twitter

Thanks to Google and Microsoft for showing some support during the last months. Glad that so many became inspired by our projects and the new species protection program CES-RPP. Planetary Computer (PC) and Wildlife Insights (WI) sounds nice. Would be great if we can connect it with the Trillion Trees Initiative (TTI). Let’s make the world green again!


Featured partners and interesting projects:



Greening Deserts

Interplanetary Internet

Google Wildlife Insights

Microsoft Planetary Computer

Worldwide Environmental Organisations

Change Games Entertainment

Trillion Trees Campaign

Transparent Solar



For aviable partner programs and link exchange contact We will choose new potential investors, partners and sponsors until winter 2020 / 2021.

If you have an interesting project for biodiversity, climate protection, cleantech, ecological forestry, ecosystem restoration, environmental protection, greening, greentech, reforestation, species protection or similar topic feel free to write an email.


Facts, findings, opinions and studies about tree planting actions, campaigns and initiatives

Afforestation and reforestation are often highly desirable. Planting trees can restore land that has been deforested, especially if it is restored as a diverse, multi-species, un-managed forest similar to natural ones, and not as a monoculture of managed plantations. Restored “natural” forests promote biodiversity and limit extinction risk for many species, reduce soil erosion, improve …

List of Worldwide Environmental Organisations

Intergovernmental organizations worldwide Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Earth System Governance Project Global Environment Facility (GEF) Regional European Environment Agency (E2EA) Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA) Government organizations Australia Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities Brazil IBAMA Canada Environment Canada Oregon …

Climate protection, environmental protection, nature conservation and species protection in the climate crisis

Climate protection, nature conservation and environmental protection is also species protection. These topics are important not only for the International Climate Week, the international world days such as the Arbor Day, World Tree Day or World Forest Day. In these times the humanity have to deal with important climate problems in relation to the economy, …


Constructive feedback and real support is always welcome.

Do not hesitate to contact and be patient, because of all that work and projects it can be that emails or requests only can be answered after longer time, weeks later or on weekends. Because of the high amount of emails each day and spam it can be that emails disappear or get lost. If you get after two weeks no answer and it is a serious request or email related to Greening Deserts or Trillion Trees Initiative write again to trilliontrees or trilliontrees_at.trilliontrees

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