Speedy Tree Planting Record Broken In Philippines

Speedy Tree Planting Record Broken In Philippines

Speedy Tree Planting Record Broken In Philippines

Speedy Tree Planting Record Broken In Philippines

A speedy tree planting may be the answer to the world’s dwindling forest or green problem. More than 64,000 trees were planted just in 15 minutes, breaking the world record for the most trees planted simultaneously on 27th February 2011. The Independent reports that approximate 7,000 people helped to plant saplings in the Philippines province of Camrines Sur which is a big record about tree planting. The planting was part of a government-backed program aiming to plant more than 12 million trees in the region’s logged forests. Hats off those people, who done this great job.

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