Desert greening is an important approach to counteract the climate crisis and improve living conditions in arid regions. Desert greening means trying to increase vegetation and soil fertility in deserts or desert-like areas through various methods. There are different strategies, such as planting trees, creating terraces or dams, collecting rainwater or using fog as a water source. Desert greening can have many benefits, such as reducing erosion and dust storms, increasing biodiversity and food production, storing carbon and improving the local climate. However, desert greening also requires a lot of commitment, knowledge and resources from the people and organisations involved. There are many examples of successful desert greening projects in different parts of the world, such as Ethiopia, China or Algeria.