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Very practical approach. The GHG emissions reduction from rotting seeds is not compelling, but the sequestration from trees is very compelling. This obviously has to be a "think globally, act locally" type of program, because of biodiversity, invasive species, local tastes, etc. The religion angle could be a help for program rollout or a hindrance to rollout in secular schools/societies.
This is a noble endeavour but, unfortunately, untenable. Tree planting campaigns in developing countries, even those spearheaded by the local forest department, have not achieved their objectives due to lack of resources and commitment.
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