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Sports are usually the way that countries compete with one another. However, there is another way countries around the world are competing for the top spot: planting the most trees. The latest winner of that contest is Ethiopia. On July 29th, the Associated Press reported that Ethiopians planted more than 200 million trees. The country is currently in the middle of a massive tree-planting campaign. It aims to plant four billion trees between May and October of this year. That is very good news for our planet. Planting more trees may be a way to reduce the effects of global warming. Scientists from Switzerland recently said that if the world plants one trillion trees, carbon dioxide, or CO2, emissions could drop by 25%. Officials in Ethiopia say the country has so far planted more than 2.6 billion trees. The forest management organization, Farm Africa says that less than 4% of land in Ethiopia is forested. That is a sharp drop from around 30% at the end of the 19th century. Climate change, the country's fast-growing population and the need for more farmland are the causes of deforestation. The goal of Ethiopia is to restore its land. Its other goal is perhaps to beat India's tree-planting world record. On July 1st, 2016, 800,000 volunteers in India's x State planted nearly 50 million trees. x magazine and other organizations reported that that effort was one for the record books. The following year, another state in India broke x's record. The Digital Journal reported that year that 1.5 million volunteers in x planted nearly 66 million trees in 12 hours. The Guinness World Records closely watches the world's tree-planting contest. The AP reports that Guinness has not yet officially recognized Ethiopia's tree-planting claims. Guinness has different categories for their tree-planting records. Some categories are for an unlimited number of people. Some are for certain number of people. It also has time requirements. For example, countries can compete to plant the most trees in one hour or one day. Many countries are doing their part to make the earth greener. Pakistan, Indonesia, Ecuador and the Philippines have all competed in tree-planting contests. Pakistan and Indonesia even hold Guinness world records. China is doing its part, too. It may not be a current world record holder, but its effort can be seen from space. In February 2019, the American space agency, NASA, published a statement saying India and China are leading the way in making our planet greener. In large part, because of India's and China's efforts, the worldwide green-leaf area has increased by 5% since the early 2000s. If your country does not have its own tree-planting day, maybe you should suggest it on social media. That is what one man in Turkey recently did. On Twitter, x suggested dedicating a day for planting trees in Turkey. The Turkish citizen asked others to support his idea, and they did. His tweet quickly went viral. x wrote: Let's set aside a day for all 82 million people in the country, including the children and the elderly, to plant trees. Let's set an example to the world and hand down a green country to the upcoming generations. Turkish officials took notice. x, Turkey's youngest elected deputy, tweeted: This is an awesome idea. It will be on our agenda for tomorrow. x later met with x to discuss his idea. Then the Turkish President, x, later sent his own message on Twitter. He wrote: My friends and I will undertake all responsibility to make sure that we have a national tree-planting day. Even if your country does not have any special day or events for tree-planting, you can always go it alone. Canadian x holds the world record for the most trees planted in one day by a single person. On June 30th, 2001, he planted 15,170 red pine x in Canada's x Province.

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