A great green wall!
African nations are building a great wall at the southern edge of the Sahara desert. But unlike the one in China, Africa's wall is made of trees. They block the wind and sand that move southwards from the desert, and improve the quality of the soil by binding sediment and adding nutrients to the mix. Since the project started, 15 hectares of land have been restored in Ethiopia and 20,000 jobs have been created in Nigeria.
In 1952 Richard St Barbe Baker, a British environmental scientist, proposed planting a swathe of trees across the southern reaches of the Sahara. The trees would block the wind and sand that move southward from the desert and improve the quality of the soil by binding sediment together and adding nutrients to the mix -Source: The Economist, 31/08/2016
At Red Lands Roses, all systems, whether production systems or investment systems have always preserved environment. Planting of trees and environmental sustainability has become one of our core values. It's our duty to bring beauty, life and sustenance in our surroundings.