Indonesia: One billion trees program ‘verifiable’: Govt

Jakarta Post: The government on Monday defended its ambitious plan to plant 1 billion trees this year to check carbon emissions, saying the program would comply with international standards in which all trees must be verified on the ground. Forestry Minister Zulkifli Hasan said his office would allocate 500,000 hectares of land to plant about 500 million trees using the state budget. Each hectare will be planted with 100 trees. "The remaining target will be shared between members of the ......

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