40% of Chinese use mobile phones to plant 122 million real trees

March 12th is the Arbor Day. According to data from Ant Forest, 40% of Chinese use mobile phones to plant trees.

Data show that a total of 550 million people planted 122 million real trees with their mobile phones, reducing carbon emissions by 11 million tons, and planting an area of ​​1.68 million mu. The Chinese have initiated more than 100 million co-cultivation times, with an average of more than 800 tons of watering each time.

At present, there are public welfare forests in more than 70 cities in 10 provinces across the country, and Hubei has the largest number of public welfare forests.

According to statistics, over 25 million college students use mobile phones to plant trees, and more than 300 colleges and universities have their own public welfare forests.

On September 19, 2019, Ant Forest won the UN’s highest environmental protection honor Earth Guardian Award; on December 11, 2019, Ant Forest won the UN’s highest award for climate change, the United Nations Beacon Award.

On March 12, 2010, Alipay announced that it would be designated as the “Ant Forest Internet Tree Planting Festival” from March 12 to 21 every year, calling on all people to accumulate green energy through low-carbon behavior.

Can you tell me how many trees are planted on your phone?

The Links:   2SB1188T100Q NL12880BC20-32F

Related Posts