In the next ten years, 5 lakh hectares of land will be fertile
NEW DELHI: The government has set a target to regenerate 50 lakh hectares of land in the country in the next ten years, said Union Forest and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar. Among the measures taken by the UN to protect the environment, the World Conference of the 'Conference of Parties', the 'Coop-14', has been organized in Delhi from September 2 to 13 to prevent the increasing proportion of wasteland on earth. As a result, the 'Delhi Declaration' will be published on measures to prevent land loss. He announced that a Center of Excellence would be set up at Dehradun by the Center to overcome this problem.
An international conference called 'Cop-14' is held every two years as part of a United Nations initiative to curb the desperation of desertification. Its title is now in India. India will have the responsibility to find a solution to this problem and guide the global community in the next two years. In India, about one-third of the total landmass land and desert land is 96 lakh hectares, which is 29%. In the next ten years, the government has set a target to regenerate 50 lakh hectares of land.
Reference - Sakal, August 28, 2019
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