Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to assist Saudi Arabia in planting 10 billion trees around the kingdom.
Billion Tree Tsunami Pakistan
The “Ten Billion Tree Tsunami” program is a Pakistani government project that is being carried out by the Ministry of Climate Change with the help of provincial forests and wildlife units. The Ministry of Climate Change is in charge of coordinating, executing, supervising, and delivering program outcomes and activities.
According to reports, Pakistan is one of the most vulnerable countries on the Global Climate Index, having been repeatedly hit by natural disasters exacerbated by deteriorating climate conditions.
Green diplomacy between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia is being formally begun, according to local media. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) for Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam addressed the inauguration ceremony.
He went on to say that Pakistan’s Billion Tree Tsunami Project is being praised all around the world and is being used as a model. The two countries have established a formal agreement for tree planting in Saudi Arabia. Pakistan would help Saudi Arabia plant 10 billion trees under the terms of the agreement. He stated that Pakistan’s green vision is now being recognized around the world, and that our green vision is now being viewed as a model.