The British have been invited to plant trees to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II, who will celebrate the completion of her 70 years on the throne in 2022, an initiative launched on Monday and supported by the government six months before COP 26. This project, called the “Queen’s green umbrella”, encourages gardeners, schoolchildren and members of the association to plant a tree from October 2021 and throughout 2022.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II, 70 ancient forests and 70 century old trees will be displayed in the United Kingdom. A training program will also be started to teach unemployed youth how to plant trees and take care of them. In a video message, Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, urged the British to “plant a tree for the jubilee”, saying it represented a “message of hope and faith in the future”.
“Everyone […] May join “
“Whether you want to plant a plant in your garden, a school or community group, a local council, association or business that intends to plant a whole row of trees, or a farmer who wants to create new obstacles, everyone “Every country can be involved,” he said. The initiative is backed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose government announced its ambitions for the environment ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland) in November.
“Trees have a huge role in our fight against climate change,” Boris Johnson said in a video posted on his Twitter account, so in the government we are already committed to planting 30,000 hectares of trees every year by May 2024 . The environment minister is scheduled to give a speech this week to explain how the government wants to achieve this objective, which is part of its plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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