Saudi Arabia’s visionary crown prince MBS will plant 80 million trees in Royal Reserves to boost eco-tourism

Come 2030, Saudi Arabia will bloom like a flower watered by the able hands of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. The visionary Chairman of the Council of Royal Reserves approved the Royal Reserves’ strategic targets till 2030. With an unwavering focus on afforestation, the Royal Reserves aim to attract 2.3 million tourists. In sync with the Kingdom’s sustainability and environmental targets, the nation will overlook the planting of a whopping 10 billion trees over the coming decades.

The strategies laid out also offer wildlife protection, job creation, and boosting visitation, cementing the Kingdom’s position as one of the world’s top eco-tourism destinations. The crown prince approved the Royal Reserve’s strategic targets in a meeting of the Royal Council Reserves on Wednesday. The massive Royal Reserves cover 13.5 percent of Saudi territory, safeguarding over 30 species of endangered native animals in the country.

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If all goes as planned, by 2030, the afforestation targets of planting more than 80 million trees and shrubs will be achieved. A firm advocate of sustainability, MBS is building the world’s first zero-carbon 5G network and funding groundbreaking greenhouses that will be three times bigger than New York’s Central Park in Neom urban project.

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