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Enviroment and Agriculture

MME Launches Website Over Initiative to Plant One Million Trees

01 Mar, 2020 12:00 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, The PeninsulaIntended Audience
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The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) has launched the website for the initiative to plant one million trees, on the sidelines of the activities of the Qatari Environment Day events organized by the Ministry at Cultural Village Foundation (KATARA).

The initiative to plant one million trees was launched at the opening of the first Qatar International Environmental Exhibition and the 7th Qatar International Agricultural Exhibition in 2019, as the State of Qatar complies with international pledges and the Paris Agreement on reducing carbon emissions. In view of the particular importance of trees in the ecosystem and its implications for human health and the quality of life and for bolstering its initiatives in the field of curbing the impact of climate change and environmental sustainability efforts, MME has launched the website for the initiative to plant one million trees.

MME has called on all institutions, bodies, and individuals to register, contribute and volunteer for the initiative to plant one million trees. It is noted that the initiative is open to all members of society, institutions, government agencies, the private sector, companies, schools, educational institutions, youth centres, sports clubs, and all citizens and residents. Registration for the initiative is with financial support or in-kind support or practical participation, through the website link.

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