Via Treehugger comes the following good news wrapped in bad grammar:
With so many news about deforestation, it’s nice to be able to say things like this: the Peruvian government has launched a national campaign to plant 40 million trees thorough the country.
Pines, Eucaliptus, Cipres and Molle saplings will be planted in 18 of the country’s departments. The government estimates that these trees will be able to capture over 570 thousand tons of cabon dioxide yearly…for the rest, go to the Treehugger articolo and give ’em some traffic love.
hot on elephant
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