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Ethiopia Goes Greener With 200 Million Trees a Day

With an ambitious target of planting 200 million trees a day, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's Green Legacy Project, if successful, will not only break the world record but go a long way in the country's fight against climate change.

Ethiopia Goes Greener With 200 Million Trees a Day
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