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Saudi Arabia plants over 1.2 million trees and shrubs in royal reserves

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The Imam Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Royal Reserve Development Authority has planted more than 1.2 million trees and shrubs during the first half of 2024, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

This initiative is part of the authority’s plan to resettle indigenous wild plants in the Imam Abdulaziz bin Mohammed and King Khalid royal reserves. The species planted include Sidr, Talh, Arfaj and Arta, chosen to suit the environmental conditions of the reserves.

Since 2021, the authority has been enhancing vegetation cover and resettling indigenous wild plants in these reserves. These efforts align with the objectives of the Saudi Green Initiative and Vision 2030 plan, aiming to promote environmental sustainability and biodiversity in the region.

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