(True Activist) According to officials, Ethiopia could have possibly gotten a new world record by planting about 350 million trees in their country, all in a single day.
This campaign of tree-planting was started as part of a national initiative with the end goal of planting 4 billion trees all across the country in one summer. Part of this initiative is the prevention of further deforestation and climate change in their land which has a lot of drought.
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Credit: MintPressNews This week, activists in India accomplished the unthinkable in a mere 12 hours. In an attempt to break the previous tree-planting world record, volunteers in Madhya Pradesh, a large state in central India, worked together to plant 66 million trees in half a day. The last world record was set in the Indian…
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