Sirumayyuu nama bishaan fi oxygen walii hin beeynetu sadarkaa Ameerikaatti ‘ambaasaaddar’ jedhamee muudamee?

Sirumayyuu nama bishaan fi oxygen walii hin beeynetu sadarkaa Ameerikaatti ‘ambaasaaddar’ jedhamee muudamee? .

Kanatti kolfuuf dirqamatti hayyuu Chemistry tahuu hin gaafatu. Qaaniin isaa mataasaarra darbee warra duula muka dhaabuu salphisuu barbaadu nutti kofalchiisaa jira.

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Ethiopia ‘breaks record’ by planting 350,000,000 trees in a day to fight climate change

Ethiopia is expecting to surpass India’s world record of 50 million (Picture: Getty)

More than 350 million trees have been planted in Ethiopia in one day, which officials say will be a world record. The ambitious initiative led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed aims to help restore the country’s landscape, which experts say is being eaten away by deforestation and climate change. The Green Legacy scheme saw mass tree planting taking place at 1,000 sites across the country. Some public offices were even shut down for the day to let civil servants plant seedlings. Early Monday, Mr Abiy planted trees in Ethiopia’s southern region. The east African country is campaigning to plant four billion trees between May an October, with 2.6 planted so far, according to agriculture officials. According Farm Africa, an organisation involved in Ethiopian forest management, less than 4 per cent of the country’s land is now forested, a sharp decline from around 30 per cent at the end of the 19th century.

Children plant seedlings at an elementary school in Lalibela, Ethiopia (Picture: Kyodo News/Getty)

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is driving the Green Legacy initiative (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Ethiopia’s rapidly growing population and the need for more farmlands, unsustainable forest use and climate change are often cited as the causes for rapid deforestation. Various international organisations and business leaders have joined ordinary Ethiopians in the tree planting spree, which aims to overtake India’s 50 million record set in 2016. It is not yet clear if the Guinness World Records is monitoring Ethiopia’s the mass planting scheme but the prime minister’s office said specially developed software is helping with the count. Critics of Mr Abiy say he is using the initiative to distract from other problems including ethnic conflicts which have displaced around 2.5 million people, BBC reports.

ESAT Eletawi የኢትዮጵያ ምርጫና የፖለቲካ ፖርቲዎች ህግ Mon 29 July 2019

Baalli gichaa…gichaa
Oromoon Tokkichaa
Abiyyi nu bulcha..!

Jedha Ummanni fi Boolisiin Oromiyaa

Really!! Do these people know what they are saying? Is it a campaign for Abiy??