Meghalaya to Plant 1.5 Million Trees on World Environment Day on June 5

Meghalaya to Plant 1.5 Million Trees on World Environment Day on June 5

Meghalaya is all set to observe World Environment Day on June 5 next with an endeavor to make a world record by planting 1.5 million trees. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has additionally spoken to all residents to add to the effort and be a part of the mission to plant 1.5 million trees on that day. Conrad took to his official Twitter handle to speak to the general population of the State.

In such manner, West Garo Hills deputy commissioner, Ram Singh held a critical gathering on Tuesday with the regional authorities and other concerned associations and people to talk about and execute the game plan for World Environment Day. During the gathering, the representative chief educated that the State Government has just launched the Meghalaya One Citizen One Tree (MOCOT) Campaign on World Environment Day a year ago.

The crusade goes for activating residents of the State and keeping them responsible and obliged towards improving the green spread in the State. The deputy commissioner further said that the State Government intends to expand on the most recent year’s crusade and to take it to the following dimension by including bigger segments of the natives, this year both in the country and urban zones.

Further, the government department has been prepared to take up huge scale estate works with various exercises including the planting of trees in vulnerable catchment regions where 20 regions will be assembled to visit towns on World Environment Day and take an interest in the planting of trees at different areas and Avenue Plantation along distinguished National Highways.

Besides, the Deputy Commissioner had likewise guided the concerned line divisions to team up in recognizing catchment territories, the supply of planting materials, and so on so as to guarantee that the program is a success. The Meghalaya Basin Development Authority (MBDA) has been endowed to screen the web-based campaign for the online registration of residents to partake in the program.

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