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Green India Mission plans approved for four states

  • The Green India Mission aims to increase forest cover to 5 million hectares (mha)
  • The National Mission for a Green India (GIM) under the Ministry of Environment has approved Perspective Plans (PP) and Annual Plan of Operations (APOs) for four states, Kerala, Mizoram, Manipur and Jhakhand.
  • The Green India Mission will involve participation of non-government agencies and local organisations as well.
  • The local organisations would take part in planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring the project.
  • NEC approved the PP of all four states with a total financial outlay of Rs 90,202.68 lakh for a plan period of five to ten years years along with APOs of Rs 11,195.32 lakh for this financial yearFuture plans are being made to execute pre-plantation, pit digging, planting and watering, fencing, plant support and protection activities, weeding, mulching and fertilization.
  • Future plans are being made to execute pre-plantation, pit digging, planting and watering, fencing, plant support and protection activities, weeding, mulching and fertilization.

Source: TimesofIndia

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