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A 10 Billion-Tree Plan Is Restoring Pakistan's Lost Forests

Plants grow on a land dedicated for urban forestry along the Lyari River in Karachi, Pakistan, on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. Pakistan's arid climate and rocky deserts may seem an unlikely place to look for a green revolution, but the government is in the first phase of planting 3.25 billion trees in one of the world's largest reforestation programs. Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to extend that to almost 10 billion by the time his term in office ends in 2023. Photographer Asim Hafeez/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A 10 Billion-Tree Plan Is Restoring Pakistan's Lost Forests
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