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Forester Says New Zealand Now Has "Clayton's" Emission Trading Scheme New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme is now a Clayton's scheme, says the man who spent five years fighting for carbon credits for forest owners.
Nearly 100 rare trees introduced from overseas died after being transplanted to Hefei, capital of Anhui province. The trees, all lagerstroemia indica from forests in Vietnam, were introduced to Nangang township in the city's Shushan district by a
Department of Environment and Natural Resources' July 13 tree-planting activity at Sta...It plans to plant 40,000 tree seedlings during the July 13 activity. They also aim to plant another 20,000 seedlings on August 12 in celebration of Benguet
At least 2,500 farmers in the western districts of Uganda are earning extra cash to boost their livelihoods by planting trees alongside their crops in a scheme that is helping to sequester carbon dioxide. Trees process huge amounts of carbon
Residents of the capital might soon enjoy life in the shade as the city heads toward completing a large-scale greenbelt program ahead of time, according to forestry authorities. Though the planting season ended in May, with 136 square kilometers
The BMC's efforts to get details of the trees replanted by the authority have not yielded any result. BMC's repeated communication about replanting, it is obvious that the authority has not done its bit. This shows the lackadaisical approach of a
Green fingered Honda closes in on half a million trees funded Armed with spades, gloves and an enthusiastic team spirit, Honda staff and customers united on Friday (8 June) to help plant trees at Duder Regional Park on Auckland's south eastern coast.
And Airbus Launch Campaign Supporting World's Largest Forest Land Restoration Initiative Plant a Pledge campaign calls on public to urge global leaders to meet 150 million hectare restoration target. Airbus launched today Plant a Pledge an online
With the impact of modern lifestyles becoming more and more visible, and global warming ever more noticeable, we are surrounded by more complaining and frustration about the extremely hot weather, including in Kuwaiti urban areas. A more positive
PhilippinesThe Haribon Foundation is inviting all participants of the November 2011 Million Hectare Challenge as well as volunteers to plant seedlings in Baras, Rizal, on June 16. The planting activity is part of activities to celebrate Haribon's