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The American Forestry Association's program Global ReLeaf was launched on October 12, 1988, in Washington, D.C. and simultaneously in Los Angeles by TreePeople, a group that coordinated the planting of one million trees prior to the 1984 Olympics. Global ReLeaf will motivate citizens to take immediate, low-cost, low-technology actions to contribute to a global solution to the greenhouse gas problem. The immediate thrust will be dual: education about the relation of trees and forests to global warming, and urban tree planting. Details of the campaign are given in a special issue of American Forests, which also focuses on tropical forest destruction. (See PERIODICALS, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Dec. 1988.)

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