Chandigarh-Environment group EcoSikh on Friday introduced the completion of 850 Guru Nanak Sacred Forests in 56 months in Punjab and 6 different states.
Each forest has 550 timber of native species, totalling 4, 70, 000 timber planted to this point.
In addition, EcoSikh said that its group has the capability to plant 100 such forests each month.
In Punjab, 650 such forests have already come up below the reforestation drive of EcoSikh. It has additionally requested the Punjab authorities to undertake Miyawaki methodology (Japanese methodology) for rising forests, an announcement by the setting organisation.
Rajwant Singh, Global President of EcoSikh, mentioned, “We had started this initiative in February 2019 in celebration of Guru Nanak’s 550th birth-anniversary and EcoSikh had committed to plant one million trees. We have almost reached the halfway point this month and this journey has been amazing so far.”
EcoSikh has labored with people, gurdwaras, instructional establishments and business to plant these forests to realize its declared purpose.
Charan Singh, an industrialist from Maharashtra and Sacred Forest Convener, mentioned, “Guru Nanak Sacred Forests will bring tremendous benefits to the industry, making our businesses look greener than the competitors.”
He mentioned the business should seize this chance and be part of fingers with EcoSikh to show the tide of local weather change.
“Collectively we will make a huge impact by planting and maintaining millions of native trees.”