The First Hanwha Solar Forest, Tujiin Nars, Mongolia | English
<The First Hanwha Solar Forest - Tujiin Nars Nature Reserves, Mongolia, 2012>
Desertification: the processes by which fertile land becomes a desert.
Only 4% of the forests in Mongolia remain alive due to severe desertification.
In September 2011, Tree Planet and Hanwha Group launched a smartphone game that planets actual trees in Mongolia.
One Year Later
November 24, 2012 Tujiin Nars, Mongolia
350,000 game users planted 230,000 trees in Mongolian Desert.
Sponsored By Hanwha
The 1st report on Anti-desertification Hanwha Solar Forest Mongolia Tujiin Nars Nature Reserves.
Tottori: Local Resident
“Tujjin Nars is a large pine forest nearing 160 hectare.
230,000 larches were planted on 60 hectare of the Northern Nature Reserve of Ulan Bator.”
Khan: Nature Reserve Ranger
”The planted trees will spend the winter covered with snow.
We are working with the local NGOs to make sure they get through the winter.”
National University of Mongolia
Batu: Dean of Forestry Department, National University of Mongolia
”Desertification of Mongolia is a global environmental issue.
We believe that continued participation from companies and organizations like Hanwha Group and Tree Planet can prevent and help desertification.”
Hyung Soo Kim : CEO of Tree Planet
”This is the Hanwha Solar Forest where our baby trees are growing.
Trees that our users sent have prevented desertification in Mongolia and is even helping with global warming.
We thank you very much for joining us in our efforts to save the world.”
plant for all.