How can we stop global warming, desertification, and destruction of biodiversity?
It is to make a dense forest by planting trees on the earth.
One well-grown tree absorbs 2.5 tonnes [5,511 lbs] of carbon dioxide, gives off 1.8 tonnes [3,968 lbs] of oxygen, and absorbs 35.7 g [1.26 ounce] of fine dust per year. Forests are like the warm hug of a mother; they are very important for all living creatures on the earth.
ASEZ WAO, World Mission Society Church of God Young Adult Worker Volunteer Group, is planting seven billion trees of hope to create "Mother's Forest" around the world.
ASEZ WAO's "Mother's Forest" project aims to plant one tree per person to reduce greenhouse gas emission and cope with climate change.
ASEZ WAO, World Mission Society Church of God Young Adult Worker Volunteer Group, participates in the implementation of the UN SDGs No. 13 (Climate Action), UN SDGs No. 15 (Life on Land), and No. 17 (Partnerships for the Goals) by practicing “Planting One Tree Per Person.”
ASEZ WAO is systematically carrying out “Mother's Forest” project to achieve the goals by 2030.
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