. Adopt policies to reduce GHGs that achieve healthy forests to support clean air and water, biodiversity, and sequester carbon.
. Plant billions of trees on national lands, with a cost-share program to support states, tribes, local governments and nonprofits to plant billions more.
. Develop national land-use plans, restoration strategies, and incentives to enable large-scale national restoration.
. Expand publicly owned forests by acquiring and reforesting private lands, focusing on land rendered unproductive by climate change.
. Increase national monuments and manage federal lands to promote afforestation of permafrost areas.
. Publicly fund nurseries of native tree species.
. Incentivize private investment in reforestation and forest restoration.
. Support community and urban tree planting programs.
. Restore natural ecosystems through proven low-tech solutions to increase soil carbon storage, such as land preservation and afforestation.
. Establish practices and monitoring to assist with natural regeneration and afforestation, such as keeping land safe from fire, livestock grazing and other disturbances.
. Accelerate innovation and research and development into technological solutions for restoration.
. Establish public procurement policies that favor sustainably-sourced wood from restored areas.