Planting trees is a popular climate-change solution. Canada’s plan to get two billion in the ground is proving difficult to execute

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Francis Allard, President and co-founder, Ramo at the landfill in a willow stand in Quebec.Matthew McClearn/The Globe and Mail Standing atop an old landfill, Francis Allard is in his element. Mr. Allard is co-founder of Ramo, whose business is planting willows and poplars to help remediate landfills, mines and marginal land. At the Ste-Sophie Landfill…

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