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New Zealand to plant double the number of trees in next 10 years

by Futures Centre, Sep 5
1 minute read

The government of New Zealand has announced a new goal of planting one billion trees in the next ten years, double the number it has been planting to date. The initiative promises to diversify the country’s income, create new jobs, improve water quality and reduce the country’s carbon footprint. Recently, Pakistan made a similar commitment although signifigantly grander in scale, to plant ten billion trees.

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