March 21, 2020 is the world day of forest.
UN has appealed to all the countries and nations to create and protect the forest greeting this day every year.
Across the world forests are decreasing by excessive tree felling, forest fires and pests, and the serious climate change is endangering the existence of humankind.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea set March 2 as tree-planting day; tree-planting is being undertaken as an all-people drive and tree nurseries are producing good species of tree saplings in an industrial way. While planting trees and protecting them, the country prevents forest fires through nationwide forest fire monitoring information service system.
On meaningful days like national holidays and wedding days, the Korean people plant trees, and this simple yet meaningful deeds give a glimpse of how the Korean people protect environment.