Impact of Wildfires in the United States on Reforestation Efforts (virtual session)


As of mid-September 2020, forest fires across the West Coast of the United States had burned down 5 million acres of forests, destroying communities and producing some of the worst air quality on the planet. How can this disaster spur reforestation efforts in North America and around the globe?

Get ahead of the issues that will determine the future of global conservation efforts.


  • Jad Daley - President and Chief Executive Officer, American Forests
  • Jennifer Morris - Chief Executive Officer, The Nature Conservancy
  • Justin Adams - Executive Director, Tropical Forest Alliance, World Economic Forum

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Sep 23, 2020 6:15 pm
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