Bangladesh High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam Nahida Rahman Shumona received 10 fruit tree and 10 ornamental tree saplings from Legislative Council member and co-founder of Green Brunei Yang Berhormat Khairunnisa binti Haji Ash’ari to support the Stay at Home Tree Planting Project.
The project was organised by Green Brunei in collaboration with Mitsubishi Corporation and Brunei Climate Change Secretariat as part of the Environmental Education Tour Project. It was also held in conjunction with Day of Action and Brunei’s participation in 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26).
The project to collect saplings for the entire November was launched on Monday. Volunteers will be given one sapling each to plant at their homes. The saplings were sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation and Brunei Climate Change Secretariat.
The trees are pokok ubah, nangka, durian salat and mantoa.
The high commissioner said the saplings will be planted in the premises of Bangladesh High Commission in Brunei Darussalam.
Credit : Borneo Bulletin