A Tidbit about Pakistan’s “Billion Tree Tsunami”

SavePlanetEarth (SPE) traveled to Pakistan on Friday to lay the groundwork of doing its part in planting a whopping 1 billion trees in designated areas throughout the country. Under this banner, it will also be entering into a collaboration with WWF-Pakistan to embark on the country’s restoration and conservation of the Himalayan Yew — a species of native conifer best-regarded for its medicinal and ethnobotanical significance. Additionally, SPE will be overseeing the establishment of green nurseries throughout the country (with the largest being about 25–35 acres), with…

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