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Drones can fix our forest problem by planting 100,000 trees a day

?We’re so good and so busy at cutting down trees that we can’t possibly make up for the forests we lose each year by replanting trees by hand. However, smart drones could fix humanity’s major deforestation problem by planting trees cheaper and more efficiently than humans. These tree-planting drone armies could plant as many as 100,000 trees every day, even in remote locations that aren’t easily accessible.
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