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Tree Plantation Uttar Pradesh Government Targets To Plant 22 Crore Saplings By The End Of August

Tree Plantation Uttar Pradesh Government Targets To Plant 22 Crore Saplings By The End Of August

Agra: A massive greening drive is to be launched soon to curb environmental pollution in the eco-sensitive Taj Trapezium Zone of Agra spread over 10,400 sq km (square kilometre), said officials on Friday. Alarmed at the sharp pace of denudation due to the large-scale construction and expansion of infrastructural facilities, the Uttar Pradesh government has announced a target of planting 22 crore saplings by the end of August, said Forest Department officials. Agra’s green cover is just around 6...
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Around The World Tokyo 2020 Olympics To Promote The Message Of Sustainability Unveils Medals Made Us

Around The World Tokyo 2020 Olympics To Promote The Message Of Sustainability Unveils Medals Made Us

New Delhi: On Wednesday, to mark a year’s countdown to Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the organisers unveiled the design of the medals that will be made using electronic waste. According to the official site of the Tokyo 2020 Medal Project, nearly 80,000 tons of mobile phones and small electronic devices around Japan was collected in two years’ time, which will be further used in the crafting gold, silver and bronze Olympic and Paralympic medal at next year’s games. Roughly, around 5,000 medals will be g...
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Uttarakhand Plants 3000 Trees In 2700 Post Offices In The State Chief Minister Lends Support

Uttarakhand Plants 3000 Trees In 2700 Post Offices In The State Chief Minister Lends Support

New Delhi With an aim to increase the green cover in Uttarakhand, a state with 45.43 per cent of forest cover, and bring down the levels of air pollution through tree plantation, the Post Office Department of the state organised a tree plantation cum awareness drive titled ‘Walk For: To Save Earth’ on Sunday (July 21). The 10 km long walk was flagged off and joined by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. Sharing the details of the event with NDTV, Colonel Sukhdev Raj, Chief Post Master General...
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