A ‘greenification’ programme was launched last Friday at the Daryll Jordan Secondary School in an effort to help Barbados build resilience against climate change and its impacts.
Barbados accepts the challenge to plant one million trees and dares to exceed that target. Prime Minister Mia Mottley launched the Million Trees for 2020 Project
The planting of trees is one of the cheapest ways of arresting the challenge of climate change. This is according to former Coordinator of the ‘We Plantin’ project
The plan is for a million trees to be planted by the end of 2020, but the goal is to be “more than a million”.Minister of Environment and National Beautification, Trevor Prescod,
On Saturday close to 500 trees were planted at the Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (BADMC), Fairy Valley Plantation, as government presses ahead with its major tree planting initiative of one million trees across the island by the end of 2020.
Minister of Labour and Social Partnership the Hon. Colin Jordan, joined the National Tree Planting project on February 3rd, 2021; during the We Gatherin' month of celebrations for St. Peter.
Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Indar Weir, sees the ‘We Plantin’ More Than A Million National Tree Planting Project’ as not just a mitigation measure against climate change
To mark Barbados’ upcoming 54th anniversary of Independence, the Venezuela Embassy gifted 54 mango trees to the country. this was in support of Government’s objective to plant a million trees project.