The world is currently going through a revolution of clean energy. Nations that have spewed out greenhouse gases are taking responsibility for their actions that have severely enhanced the progression of climate change.
China is a giant for solar energy, but it’s going back to its roots by announcing they will create a city with 40,000 trees to ‘eat’ pollution. Although this is great news for environmentalists and everyone that likes to breathe, India has just one-upped them within 12 hours.
India has set a new world record for planting 66 million trees in 12 hours. 66 MILLION TREES IN 12 HOURS. The previous record was set in 2016 by India again with 50 million trees. More than 1.5 million volunteers were involved in this year’s plantation, with the total costing of the trees being $6 billion. India is dedicated to increasing its forests by five million hectares before 2030.
Australia has a plan underway that would see drones planting 100,000 trees a day. It’s reported that the loss of trees due to deforestation accumulates to 17% of the world’s carbon emissions every year, approximately 15 billion trees lost per year.
Under the Paris agreement, many nations are improving the renewable energies sectors, cutting carbon emissions, and planting trees. A change the world has been demanded for years.
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