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Billion Tree Plantation

The “Billion Tree Plantation” Project of Green India Trust development strategy strives to significantly improve plant production, well-being and income while strengthening the ecological resilience and integrity of the planting environment rather than contributing to its resource exhaustion.

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The “Billion Tree Plantation” Project of Green India Trust creates a dynamic new partnership that forges a high level of human and institutional capacity to work collaboratively to implement ecological farming and participatory processes to increase food and livelihood security.

The “Billion Tree Plantation” Project of Green India Trust identified four key aims, agreeing that plantations shoul

The “Billion Tree Plantation” Project of Green India Trust wants to see plantations that:

the billion-tree plantation (Or One Billion Tree Plantation) efforts towards environment protection reducing GHG, Carbon persistence as a mitigation measure, is one and only such a huge project in India and it is one of the largest projects of GIT to plant long-life tree saplings mainly and primarily over the coastal belts, seashores, agro-lands (vulnerable to sea waves/tides/tsunami/tides), road sides, school/college courtyards/campuses, Govt. Offices, Revenue hillocks, Revenue Waste lands, CPRs, Semi-forests, open lands (Govt. and Pvt.) with involvement of communities, CBOs, NGOs, and school/college children etc. It also conducts many awareness creation, training, debate, educative, mobilizing activities and thus the proposed project will have the following major components.

  • Awareness Creation and Capacity Building.
  • Formation of Community Structures.
  • Nursery Development and Planting Materials.
  • Procurement of quality saplings and stems.
  • Minor and necessary WRD and SMS activities.
  • Plantation and Nurturing of saplings – (Plantation).

S.NO

Years

PLANTS

Survival Rate %

1

2009

5000

50

2

2010

56648

70

3

2011

286240

60

4

2012

437974

70

5

2013

200529

70

6

2014

37731

60

7

2015

2061326

60

8

2016

54276

50

9

2017-2019

In this survey Participated All Voluntaries from 83 Villages entire coastal Belt of Bay of Bengal

Total

31,34,724

Sapling Distributed in the yearly flow chart: