Help Reforest an Area Affected by Hurricane Dorian

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How Do I Take Action? Your donation plants trees in Nova Scotia to replace those uprooted by Hurricane Dorian to help restore Canada's forest.

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Hurricane Dorian’s landfall in Nova Scotia on September 7th damaged thousands of homes and left hundreds of thousands of people without power. With winds topping 100-150 km/h, it blew off roofs and uprooted trees of which many fell on power lines. Along with the significant damage to natural landscapes, #OperationReLeaf - Hurricane Dorian provides funding to homeowners, land owners and municipalities to replace trees uprooted by the powerful Hurricane Dorian. For more than twenty five years, Tree Canada has engaged communities, governments, corporations, and individuals in the pursuit of a greener and healthier living environment for Canadians. They provide Canadians with education, technical expertise, and the resources to plant and care for urban and rural trees. They’ve planted more than 82 million trees and greened more than 660 schoolyards and 1,100 urban areas across the country.

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Maintaining ecosystems and biodiversity is essential for Earth and all living things. With many trees uprooted, less carbon is being sequestered from the atmosphere and wildlife has faced habitat losses. Urban forests absorb air pollution from the atmosphere and lower the air temperature, making cities more inhabitable for both humans and animals. They provide shelter and food to animals and insects, increasing plant and animal biodiversity. Research has also shown that urban forests play a big role in human psychology. Green communities lead to lower heart rates, lower blood pressure and lower stress levels, and elevate people’s mental health.

Facts & Stats Facts & Stats
  • Due to the strength of Hurricane Dorian, many birds were unable to fly and were therefore weakened, sometimes for days on end. They were forced to live on the ground, becoming vulnerable to foxes and eagles. Those caught in the hurricane in the Bahamas and other atlantic islands and brought to Nova Scotia were unable to fly home due to weakness but also were unable to survive the cold winter
  • Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons are all the same weather phenomenon; their only difference is their location. Hurricanes are located in the Atlantic and Northeast Pacific, cyclones are located in the South Pacific and the Indian ocean and typhoons are located in the Northwest Pacific
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Your impact donation is helping to achieve the below Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations.

  • SDG3 Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG13 Climate Action
  • SDG15 Life on Land


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Tree Canada

We are committed to creating a greener, healthier and greater Canada by supporting and restoring our incredible environment. Our programs are focused on greening communities and protecting urban forests, restoring forests, biodiversity and wildlife habitats, promoting carbon offsetting and helping communities recover from natural disasters and pests. We have engaged communities, governments, corporations and individuals in the pursuit of a greener and healthier living environment for Canadians.

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Help Reforest an Area Affected by Hurricane Dorian
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