"350 Mangrove trees - 350 Climate Action with Plant A Tree Today"
Saturday, 24 October, 2009 - 09:00
At the moment, mangroves are one of the world's most threatened habitats, more than half the world's mangrove forests have already been destroyed. Despite its smelly reputation, mangrove forests absorb more carbon dioxide per unit area than ocean phytoplankton, a critical factor in global climate stability. Plant A Treee Today Foundation (PATT) is pleased to join forces with interested partners "BED Super Club", Bangkok to plant 350 trees to combat climate change and improve the environment.
Organiser: PATT-Thailand with support of BED Super Club, Bangkok
Venue: Bang Pu Recreation Centre, Bang Pu Seaside, Samut Prakarn, THAILAND
Action Day: Saturday 9 am - 2 pm
Activity: Enjoy mud sliding and 350 trees planting along seaside and view crabs and mud skippers along the nature trail.
If you would like to join us, all Earth Heroes are welcome!!
Event Website: http://www.plant-a-tree-today.org