Since Pakistan locked down to try to stem the spread of COVID-19, unemployed day laborers have been given new jobs as "jungle workers", planting saplings as part of the country's 10 Billion Tree Tsunami programme.
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The new law called the "Graduation Legacy for the Environment Act," it is seen as a valuable opportunity for young people to take action against climate change and hopes to fix deforestation in Philippines.
Once arid hillsides have now become lush green woodland in northwestern Pakistan, where hundreds of millions of trees from 42 different species have been planted as part of the “Billion Tree Tsunami” program.
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More than 800,000 people in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh joined together to break the world record for most trees planted in a single day.
Bangladeshi city Rajshahi took steps like planting trees and introducing battery-powered rickshaws to dramatically cut air pollution.
The Indian government is planning on spending an impressive $6.2 billion on reforesting parts of the country. The scheme, which has unilateral support and has already been passed by members of India's lower house of Parliament, is now just waiting to be passed by the upper house.
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