Forests help stabilise the climate. They regulate ecosystems, protect biodiversity, play an integral part in the carbon cycle, support livelihoods, and supply goods and services that can drive sustainable growth. To maximise the climate benefits of forests, we must keep more forest landscapes intact, manage them more sustainably, and restore more of those landscapes we have lost. This will contribute over one-third of the total climate change mitigation scientists say is required by 2030. This transdisciplinary project aims to make students and the community aware of the importance of the forest in the preservation of biodiversity and its role in mitigating climate crisis. Participants in this project will be connected with a mission to change how the world's forests are valued and to can make a real difference in forest conservation and climate action.