The corporation has so far planted and taken care of thousands of hectares of green trees on coal-mining areas in localities where its units are stationed.
In response to this year’s tree-planting festival, the corporation has set the target to plant 40 hectares of trees of all kinds, contributing to implementing sustainable development objectives.
The corporation is also the first to be awarded with the prize “For the National Green Environment 2013” by the Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment. Below are a number of images taken in coal-mining areas of the corporation.
Translated by Thuy Duong
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