New Law In The Philippines Requires Students To Plant 10 Trees To Graduate


A new law in the Philippines requires school and college students to plant at least 10 trees if they want to graduate. If implemented properly, it could lead to at least 175 million trees to be planted each year!

The bill, called the “Graduation Legacy For the Environment Act,” was approved in the House and is now sent to the Philippines Senate for action. Proponents of the law see this as an opportunity for the Filipino youth to help tackle climate change and build a greener environment for their generation.


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