70th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day Vietnam - Asia 2023 Smart City Summit Hanoi celebrates 15 years of administrative boundary adjustment 12th Vietnam-France decentrialized cooperation conference 31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Home / Hanoinews
Hanoi responses to national tree-planting campaign
Jenna Duong 18:06, 2022/02/21
The city's effort is in line with Vietnam's campaign to plant one million trees by 2025.

Hanoi has planted 100,000 timber trees at Ba Vi National Park, in line with the annual tree-planting campaign that takes place on the occasion of Tet or the Lunar New Year.

The city's effort is also in response to the government’s program of planting one billion trees in the 2021-2025 period.

Hanoi's move is in response to the government’s program of planting one billion green trees in 2021-2025. Photo: VGP

The program is co-organized by Ba Vi National Park, Traditional Medicinal Plants and Growing of Precious Woods of Vietnam JSC., Institute of Economics and Business Development, and the Hanoi Association of Small and Medium Enterprises.

Accordingly, 100,000 timber trees, including the Bach Xanh (Calocedrus macrolepis), Vang Tam (Manglietia dandyi) and Cho Chi (Parashorea chinensis), were planted in Ba Vi Mountain. 

Do Huu The, Director of Ba Vi National Park said that the tree-planting festival contributes to the conservation of nature, biodiversity and green environment of Ba Vi National Park.

The campaign in Hanoi is sponsored by Alvico Group, Van Phu Invest JSC., Phu My Group, Stavian Chemical JSC and the Hanoi Association of Small and Medium Enterprises.

The tree-planting festival is a long-lasting tradition in Vietnam on the New Year occasion that helps boost the forest coverage in a nation that is listed among the hardest-hit by climate change.

The timber trees of Bach Xanh (Calocedrus macrolepis), Vang Tam (Manglietia dandyi) and Cho Chi (Parashorea chinensis) were are planted in Ba Vi Mountain. Photo: VGP

On November 28th, 1959, President Ho Chi Minh wrote an article which was published on Nhan dan (People) newspaper, stressing the significance of tree planting to each person, each family and the entire nation. It has since become an annual festival of the Vietnamese at the beginning of each Lunar New Year. 

In addition, on December 31, 2020, the then Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc issued Directive No.45/CT-TTg on organizing the “Tree-planting festival” and enhancing forest protection and growth from early 2021.

Phuc noted that the tree-planting festival must be practical and effective, and conditions must be created for agencies, organizations, schools, armed forces and people of all strata to actively participate in tree planting and afforestation.


RELATED NEWS
TAG: tree planting in Hanoi Hanoi green Ba Vi National Park Ba Vi Mountain tree planting festival in the Spring; Planting one billion trees in the period of 2021 – 2025
Other news
19:29, 2024/05/18
Exhibition on Thang Long Imperial Citadel underway in Beijing
Visitors will get an overview of the Imperial Citadel as well as the cultural and historical values of Hanoi.
13:12, 2024/05/18
Vietnam's central bank to inspect gold trading practices
Administrative measures, such as market audits, mandatory electronic invoicing, and investigations into price manipulation, would have an immediate stabilizing effect on the gold market.
21:32, 2024/05/17
Hanoi trade fair promotes rural industrial products
The fair allows companies and rural industrial establishments to showcase scientific and technological advances, as well as industrial and craft products.
16:01, 2024/05/17
Hanoi-Beijing cooperation – example of bilateral relations
Both sides would explore ways to cooperate in new areas such as culture, media, and tourism.
21:24, 2024/05/16
Hanoi's 70th liberation anniversary literary and art contest launched
Contest entries will focus on promoting and celebrating Hanoi's ethical and traditional values suitable for modern life.
22:54, 2024/05/15
Breakthrough ideas needed to redevelop Red River’s alluvial islet
The alluvial islet of the Red River is economically valuable and rich in natural ecosystems.